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Eddie Bauer Edition, Real Clean 4x4, Soft And Hard Top Come With It. on 2040-cars

Year:1995 Mileage:134283
Location:

Oakland, Maine, United States

Oakland, Maine, United States

ie Bauer did gangbuster business in the late '80s and early '90s with their upscale off-road machines, and none wore the two-tone paint better than the full-sized Bronco. While most were green, this lovely burgundy-over-tan Bronco is downright gorgeous to look at and it's hard to believe that these went out of production nearly two decades ago. I mean, this sucker's in incredible condition! The chrome bumper looks great, the grille and aero headlights are sharp, and the tan roof adds just the right contrast to work with the lower rocker moldings and pinstripe. Someone has thoughtfully added chrome tubular steps on each side to make it a little easier to climb into the tall 4x4, but other than that it remains quite stock.
Up for auction is an extra clean miraculously maintained 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer with 134,000K adult driven miles. This truck is rust free and in great condition. Equipped with the original 5.0L this Bronco also was optioned with the Eddie Bauer trim package, electric windows, electric locks, tilt wheel, 4X4, and a factory Tachometer.

 These trucks are becoming extremely difficult to find and becoming more collectable by the day.

The A/C blows cold and works great. This Bronco runs and drives well. It has great tires all the way around and fresh brakes.

All windows are functional and there is no rust found in the quarter panels or tailgate. The undercarriage is solid and in very good shape. This truck is ready for work or for your collection, it also comes with the matching painted hard top. 



 

The interior is another very pleasant surprise, offering plush cloth buckets and lots of space for five. Eddie Bauer insisted on upscale appointments in the top-of-the-line models, and the fabric chosen here is tasteful and durable, showing minimal wear over the past 20 or so years. Nice carpets with monogrammed floor mats give it a plus feel, and as the most expensive of the Ford SUVs, this Bronco sports just about every feature in the book: power windows and locks, A/C, cruise control, and power lumbar support in the front seats. A wide center console offers plenty of storage as well as a handy place to put your coffe,e and the dash is one of the more car-like features of this big truck. A full array of big, legible gauges are in front of the driver, with the climate controls and AM/FM/cassette stereo waaaaay over there in the center of the dash. The nicely appointed back seat looks barely used, and the cargo bay is positively massive, especially with the spare tire living outside on a swing-away rack, and a power rear window there for convenience.


Ford's erstwhile 302 cubic inch V8 is a great choice to move all this sheetmetal, providing plenty of low-end torque that doesn't feel strained. Despite a vast aftermarket for the venerable 5.0, this one remains quite stock, from the long intake hoses from the remote air filter, to the intake that was specifically designed to bolster the torque curve. The engine bay is as clean as the rest of the truck, and if it's ever seen anything rougher than a gravel driveway, I'd be surprised. With a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and a 2-speed transfer case, this truck is equally happy at highway speeds, or crawling at barely a walking pace, and the suspension is built for moderate off-roading. Even the exhaust system is quite stock, offering a smooth hum instead of V8 horsepower, but that's the point of the Eddie Bauer model. Handsome factory aluminum wheels are bright and shiny, wearing 31x10.50-15 Goodyear Wrangler RT/S radials.


If you grew up in the '80s, you know this is a cool truck, and you just won't find more luxurious go-anywhere transportation for less cash than this. Call today

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