1977 Ford Bronco on 2040-cars
Ochlocknee, Georgia, United States
This is a fully restored red and white beauty of an American Classic Ford Bronco Sport. This is the last year that
Ford made this classic body style. This vehicle lacks nothing except a radio, and it will be complete. Primary
restoration was completed in 2015, and received lots of new parts and rebuilt to be a daily driver if desired.
Garage kept and trickle charged with minimal usage; taken out about once or twice a month for a trip up the road
and back. In absolutely great condition and runs beautifully.
Engine: Rebuilt 302 V8 w/Bronco Valve Covers & Edelbrock Elite Series 14" Air Filter (Approximately 23,000 Miles)
Transmission: C4 Ford Automatic Rebuilt (2/17/15) w/Dana 44 Front End
Exhaust: Custom Two and a Quarter Inch Dual Exhaust w/Turbo Quiet Mufflers and Chrome Tips.
Brakes: Has Front Discs, and Rear Drums.
Suspension: 3.5" Lift w/ProComp ES1000 Series Shocks Front and Back, 3.5" Progressive Rate Springs in Front, and
3.5" Leaf Springs in Rear. Kit from Toms Bronco Parts.
Wheels: 15" Pro Comp Series 1069
Tires: 33x12.5 R15 LT BF Goodrich K02 Baja Champion's (Very Little Tread Wear)
-Vehicle is a Full Frame Off Restoration Performed in 2015. (No Rust Currently Found on the Vehicle & Interior Bed
Tray Has Been Lined in a Protective Coating)
-Custom Bronco Branded Stitched Driver and Passenger Seats
-Vehicle has Main and Auxiliary Fuel Tanks As Requested in the Restoration (Not a 77 specific feature, as the 77's
had a gas door.)
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