There are few vehicles more fun to drive in the spring, summer and fall than an Early Bronco with the top rolled up. Clad in red with white fender flares and a white soft top, this 1972 Ford Bronco is a turn-key driver with good options.
It has plenty of power, thanks to a 302 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carburetor, and it''s easy to drive thanks to power steering and power disc brakes. It has a three-speed manual transmission, but the shifter has been moved from the column to the floor making it much easier to handle. Clutch, gearbox and suspension components feel good; front hubs are newer. This Bronco starts, runs and drives great.
Paint is driver-quality with a few chips and a couple of minor rust bubbles, but it''s straight and solid and shows well overall. Glass, trim and chrome are in good condition; door seals and upper window felts are new.
The interior is utilitarian but in good overall condition. The floors are covered with color-matched Line-X; front seat upholstery and wood steering wheel are brand new. Safety features include a Baja-style roll bar and front and rear lap belts. For added convenience, there''s a newer Tuffy console (with CD player) between the front seats. All factory gauges are working.
In short, this Early Bronco available at Motorcar Studio in Atlanta is a solid, turn-key driver at an attractive price point. For more information please call 404-692-5250.