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1966 Ford Bronco Custom Buggy on 2040-cars

Year:1966 Mileage:300 Color: Red /
  Gray/Aluminum
Location:

Gerton, North Carolina, United States

Gerton, North Carolina, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:Custom
Engine:331
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
VIN: NCS91894 Year: 1966
Interior Color: Gray/Aluminum
Make: Ford
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Bronco
Trim: Custom
Drive Type: 4wd
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
Mileage: 300
Sub Model: One of a kind
Exterior Color: Red
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

 Looking for something different? Truly one of one!!  Custom hand built Bronco buggy-tagged(check your local requirements), titled (home built fully legit NC Title-vin # listed was assigned by the inspector and state-thus the non standard "U15.........." Vin) and insured
I will let the pics do most of the talking.  Below is a specs. listing.
*Drivetrain- Balanced and Blueprinted 331 Ford 5.0 based engine-only a 30 over-started ith a 70k donor 5.0 from a '93 GT, custom grind Isky cam- idle to 5k, great off idle performance, Ford racing 1.6 roller rockers, AFR 185 al. heads, ARP bolts, Trick Flow upper and lowers, 70TB, 75 MA, 30lb inj,  aeromotive fuel rails, Walboro fuel pump, MSD 6al box and Coil, Painless Performance 5.0 harness, Custom tuned (on chassis dyno) FoMoCo computer, royal purple oil and E3 plugs-Ford Racing 9mm wires, full set of March Pulleys for bling
Ron Davis Al. radiator and matching fans

C4(Automatic Trans) custom built with reverse manual valve body
Atlas II t-case, 4.3:1 with 32spline upgrade

*Suspension- triangulated 4link front and rear, fox 2.5 air shocks

*Axles, Currie housings, truHigh9 centers F450 front knuckles, modified and reinforced for high steer arms on front, rear is trussed and beefed.  Custom skidplate under the rig and dif cover on front.  4.88 Ring and pinion front and rear- Moser shafts and Longfield Ujoints, detroit lockers front and rear, SpiderTrax hub fuses front and rear

*Steering- PSC double ended ram, full hydro, matching PSC Pump and reservoir

*Wilwood Disc Brakes all four corners, willwood dual master cylinder and pedal
*Lokar gas pedal

*Interior- Custom '66 Dash with working stock gauges(now autometer) no speedo, correct '66 knobs controlling the lights, turn signals, winch control and one extra to match up
Aluminum floors and kick panels-beside the motor to keep dirt out etc,,,, Beard Ultra seats and Simpson Harness, Lokar shifter and billet knobs on the Atlas shifter to match
two matching tool boxes behind the seat-one holds the computer and fuse panel, the other is used for recovery gear
Large gear box behind the seats with cooler rack.  Spare tire holder for full size 39" Red Label BFG Krawler.
*1966 Ford Bronco Horn Button on custom steering wheel(pull off/quick release steering wheel)
*5 BFG Red Label Krawlers on custom "slot style" Al. Wheels  Staun internal beadlocks on all 5

***Body-literally 100's of hours were spent to make the fiberglass body look like a real bronco.  Stock bronco metal was cut, sectioned, and modified and then a mold was made.  The skins were the result.
Cage is inch and 3/4 DOM with some 1" and Chromo rock skis on the lower rocker
*Warn 8000i winch with syn. rope

*Rig is 54" wide approx, and 106wb.  It weighs 3640 full of fuel with no driver
***Less than 300 miles since completion in 2011

Much more-serious buyers, feel free to call with questions- 828 two seven three 47 six nine
big thanks to Twisted Customs for an outstanding build   www.twistedcustoms.biz
I have 100 percent feedback and intend to keep it that way.  I have sold broncos and trucks over the years and have never had a problem
This rig is sitting in my garage and is ready to go



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