$320.75 Per Month
FULL SOFT TOP & DOORS, REBUILT 302CI MOTOR & C4 TRANS, POWER DISC BRAKES & MORE!
This gorgeous 1973 Ford Bronco was obviously built to play, but it's so beautifully built that I wonder if anyone will ever use it to its potential? With V8 power, an over-built suspension, and a stripped-down body that's all about fun in the sun, this is a great-looking Bronco that definitely brings the heat.
Pared down to the bare essentials, the Ford Bronco is still an icon. Designed from the ground up to be practical as well as stylish, it took the Jeep concept and civilized it. However, looking at this awesome off-roader, you can see the focus was definitely on function, although the two-tone gray over orange paint job give sit a very up-to-date look. Fit and finish is quite good and the paint has a deep gloss that's easy to hose off after playing in the dirt all day, and with the fiberglass door openings, it takes on a no-nonsense look. Sure, you can find a few flaws if you really go looking, but we guarantee that when you show up in this Bronco at the next off-roading event, the crowd will form here. Serious equipment includes the heavy-duty brush guard/bumper up front, brilliant off-road driving lights, and tow hooks just where you need them underneath. Big fender flares cover the large-by-huge rubber and diamond plate rocker protectors mean you don't have to worry when you're banging around off road. It also comes with a soft top should you ever get caught in a rain storm and need one.
The interior is plain, but that's the idea in a vehicle that's open to the elements. Comfortable Scat ProCar buckets with harnesses grab you and hold you in place during any maneuver except going upside-down and there's still a small rear bench for a couple of friends. The floors of the tub are protected by spray-in bedliner material that's durable and looks great, while the color-matched roll bar is beautifully finished and strong enough to protect you if worse comes to worst. Factory gauges are augmented by a Sunpro tach on the steering column and a trio of auxiliary gauges under the dash and the steering wheel is a woodgrained Grant GT unit that adds a sporty look. Entertainment comes via an AM/FM stereo in the center of the dash and the big floor shifter manages the two-speed transfer case while the automatic transmission is managed by the column shifter. And don't worry about the weather, because this Bronco comes with a full folding top and a set of doors that are a neat fit.
You could get your Bronco with a stout 302 cubic inch V8, and that's what lives under the squared-off hood of this awesome off-roader. Rebuilt and dressed for show, the handsome small block looks better than new and runs superbly thanks to an MSD ignition system, long-tube headers, and an upgraded intake and carburetor. Of course, plenty of chrome and Ford Blue paint make it really pop and all the red accents are a nice touch. The rebuilt C4 3-speed automatic snaps off crisp shifts and the dual exhaust has a muscle car like soundtrack, especially with the side exhaust outlets just ahead of the rear wheels. A 3.5 inch lift gives the suspension plenty of clearance and both the front and rear axles look to have been recently serviced and augmented with a new brake master cylinder and booster. Oversized Centerline Hellcat wheels look suitably tough and carry 33x22.5x15 BFGoodrich off-road radials.
Be prepared for a lot of attention in this Bronco, but it'll stand up under scrutiny and definitely delivers the kind of fun that made the Bronco famous. Call today!
AM/FM Radio, Manual Convertible Top, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Four Wheel Drive, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 302 V8
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Automatic
- Body Color
- Body Style
- 44,314 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 120 months