Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1990 Ford Bronco 4x4 Eddie Bauer looks a bit different than the rest, right? That's because it was given a comprehensive restoration only about 600 miles ago. It now has an extra-sharp two-tone, an extra-stylish interior, and plenty of extra power from the fuel-injected crate V8. So this one certainly deserves your extra attention.
You've been waiting for someone to do a restoration of this caliber. The fourth-gen Broncos have only had a proper classic status for a few years now, and so something this impressive is quite a rare find. They took the time to really restore a range-topping Eddie Bauer to get it even beyond the factory standards. The Medium Scarlet and Pawnee Tan two-tone is factory-correct, and today it has a freshness that is an instant indicator of a build that was only completed a few months and 600 miles ago. So while you'll be choosy about who gets to touch this truck, there are the lucky few who can feel just how smooth the finish is. We love the full attention to detail on this one where the coordinating pinstripe shows off the straightness of the square-shouldered design that makes this generation so beefy and appealing. The removable hardtop is also done in tan and benefits from decades of paint evolution to match so well. The chrome bumpers look beautiful, and the Ion Alloy wheels have a similar style to stock, but a ton more radiance. So while it remains quite a capable 4x4, it needs to go win some car show awards before you should even think about getting near a mud hole.
The theme of this restoration was about getting it back to day one status while adding just the right cool custom touches. And the interior really shows that off well. The front bucket seats have a clean look and a well-bolstered modern style. The two-tone saddle looks like a King Ranch F-150, but the retro-cool Bronco stitching is there to remind you this was restored because it's a proper classic. The door panels and rear set were also done to match. An Eddie Bauer means a loaded Bronco, and so you get the best features like heated seats, power windows, power locks, cruise control, a rear defogger, and smooth wood-like trim. And as you look around this ultra-clean restored classic, you can also see a few upgrades for a nice cruiser. It's in the details like the AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth for the best in driving music, and the air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
The engine bay continues the look of a fresh and stock style... but just dig a little deeper. Because while the cast intake advertises the classic 5.0/302 motor, this one actually has a fresh 347 cubic-inch stroker V8. This enhanced powerhouse has the right features you want for a great all-around fun time, like electronic fuel injection, headers, and Flowmaster mufflers. In fact, take some extra time looking at the dual exhaust in the undercarriage photos, because you'll also see a suspension that didn't even look this fresh when this one was delivered new to the local Ford dealer's lot. It's the kind of presentation that you'll want to show off to everyone, and that's easy with power steering, power brakes, front discs, a limited-slip rear, and a new four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card and owner's manual. This is the award-worthy restoration of the best broad-shouldered Bronco. You've been waiting for a 4x4 like this, and it's going to be a long time before you find another like this again. Don't miss your chance, call today!
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