Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Built to drive over all opposition, exceptionally powerful, and with all the comforts you could want, this 1990 Ford Bronco is the classic 4x4 SUV that leaves you wanting for nothing. Priced right and ready to crawl, this full-size bruiser is one tough hombre.
Ford recently announced that the Bronco is coming back, and this well-respected "box" example from the 1990 version of the 4th generation proves to you exactly why. This 4x4 might now have vintage status, but the paint was applied with modern processes and materials, so even though it's almost three decades old and showing some wear today, it's still tough and presentable. Not only is this believed to be the original factory application, and even with the desirable Eddie Bauer trim option, the roof is nicely color matched to the vehicle. And yes, this Bronco continues the great tradition of being able to remove the rear roof section for that cool semi-convertible appearance. Plus, with the tall 4x4 stance, beefy diamond-plate steel bumpers front and rear with matching side steps, full-size spare on the swing-away hitch, and auxiliary running lights, you have the ability to go everywhere and take the toys along with you.
The Eddie Bauer trim also means you get a comfortable and loaded cloth interior with just about every feature in the book for 1990. It includes modern R134a air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and tilt wheel. The stereo is still the original AM/FM/Cassette unit that came from the factory, so no need to worry about any hack-jobs in the dash. A modern classic also means modern conveniences like push-button 4x4 selection, making the trip through the mountains more comfortable than usual. The wide center console offers plenty of storage as well as a handy place to put your coffee, and the dash is one of the more car-like features of this big truck. You have a large cargo area and a fold-down tailgate, so you're probably already imaging roasting campsite marshmallows while sitting on the back.
Under the hood is a blue oval legend. It's the 5.0L cubic-inch V8, and it's believed to be original to this Bronco. A history of stoutness and modern fuel-injection create a terrific power plant that gives you the muscle you need to get through mother nature as well as the acceleration you want in town. This same level of comfort/versatility comes from the push-button 4x4 system with locking hubs and four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. Add in power steering and power front disc brakes, and this is the ideal machine for the street or the trail. The tough look is finished off beautifully with Circle mag wheels wrapped in 37x14.50x15 all-terrain Toyos all around.
Nicely maintained and built for battle, this Bronco is a clean, comfortable, and capable classic 4x4. So, if you like to look distinctive while doing it all, don't let this deal slip away. Call now!
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