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1969 Ford Bronco on 2040-cars

US $16,000.00
Year:1969 Mileage:5500 Color: Red /

Belleair Beach, Florida, United States

Belleair Beach, Florida, United States

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1969 Ford Bronco Half Cab
5500 miles on a total off frame restoration. Every nut and bolt was restored or replaced. A new wiring harness was
installed. The entire frame was blasted and painted. The tub was stripped, primed and rhino-lined. No rust on this
46 year old beauty. Everything works as it supposed to.
Powered by a rebuilt 302 V8 with an Edelbrock 650 CFM 4 barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake manifold and Hooker
headers this Bronco has plenty of get up and go. The exhaust is a custom dual with magnaflow mufflers and it sounds
great...not too loud, but she has deep throaty growl when you get on her. An electric fan and wild horses aluminum
racing radiator, along with stainless air dam and fender well vents keep this Bronco running cool. Vintage Air A/C
was added for comfortable summer driving.
The 302 V8 delivers power to a rebuilt C4 automatic transmission mission with the period correct column shift.
Power assisted drum brakes on all 4 wheels provide stopping power, just as it did when she rolled off the assembly
line in 1969. 70,000 mile, Michelin LTX, 31 x 10.5 tires are mounted on 15" US Indy aluminum alloy slotted mag
rims, reminiscent of the Strope Broncos that raced the Baja in the early '70's. Those LTX radials are super quiet
and ride very smooth around town and on the highway.
The interior sports billet aluminum trim around the dash and pedals, custom billet aluminum door panels and has a
fully carpeted interior with sound deadening heat shield. A Tuffy, lockable steel center console with padded
leather armrest, drink holders and an Alpine car stereo with CD and Sirius-XM radio add some creature comfort. The
half cab roof is also fully headlined with temperature insulating and sound deadening headliner. The Procar Elite
leather seats provide luxurious all day comfort with lumbar support and bolsters. Three point seat belts are also
installed. The steering wheel a is custom one of kind creation from con2r truck restorations.
She runs great, handles very well, tracks straight under braking and is very comfortable to drive. Step bumpers
make it easy to get in and out and the roll bar looks great and adds a measure of safety. Show it, garage and cover
it and sit on your investment or drive it daily, whatever you choose this Bronco is ready.

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