Eight Rusty Early Broncos For One Money In Florida on 2040-cars
Fort Meade, Florida, United States
Attention All Early Bronco 66-77 Enthusiasts:
I have an entire LOT of Broncos and parts up for your consideration. All of these vehicles are located in Fort Meade, FL 33841, and need to be paid for IN FULL and picked up within 2 weeks of the auction ending date. There is equipment on this property to load them all on trailers. We will help with loading them on your trailer or truck, but we will NOT ship them. PICK UP ONLY!!
First of all, I have one clear Florida Title and one clear South Carolina Title for 2 of these trucks. Second, NONE of these trucks run!
The first Bronco is pretty much complete with a 302 V8, automatic transmission, Dana 44 front end, 9” rear end, transfer case, body, doors and top. The top is in good condition from what I can tell, but it does have one small rust spot on the right rear corner. The truck is rusty.
The second one was disassembled for restoration, but was never done. All body parts are in dry storage, and everything should be there to put it back together. I did not see a rear seat, so it may or may not exist, I’m gonna say NOT….just to be on the safe side. And it does not have a top. The body/tub is in good condition with minimal rust. The drive train is also all there and complete. It has a 302 V8, manual transmission, transfer case, 9” rear end and Dana 44 front end. This was supposedly a running and driving truck prior to disassembly. The frame is outside but the engine is covered.
The third one is a frame with a rusty body, 9” rear end and 44 front ONLY!
The forth one is a frame ONLY, with a 302 V8, manual transmission, transfer case, 9” rear end and 44 front.
The fifth one is a frame with a rusty body, 302 V8, automatic transmission, this one does NOT have a rear end, but does have a 44 front. I’m not sure if the transfer case is there so once again, I’m gonna say that it’s NOT.
The sixth one is a frame with a rusty body, 6 cylinder, manual transmission, transfer case, 9” rear end and 44 front.
The seventh one is a frame only with a 9” rear end and a Dana 44 front end.
The eighth one is also just a frame with a 6 cylinder, manual transmission, transfer case, 9” rear end and 44 front.
There is also an 80’s model Bronco frame with an IFS front end and an 8.8 rear end, if the buyer wants it!
If you have any questions, please feel free to give me a call. R.J. @ 863-698-9889.
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