614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1987 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer has a very useful sense of style. So while you\'ll like the stock vintage look and loaded A/C interior, it\'s the fuel-injected V8 and 4x4 drivetrain that makes this the one to take home.
The VIN background info on this Bronco shows it has only had two owners over the last 35 years... So we bet you\'ve lived in more houses than there are names on this title. In fact, the first owner held onto it for nearly a quarter-century. So you\'ll see signs of being driven on an SUV where the odometer is believed to represent the actual mileage (with one rollover) but the overall condition reminds you there\'s a difference between use and abuse. So the body panels look good, the bumpers still shine, and it still proudly wears the Eddie Bauer badges. The two-tone blue and tan is an attractive color combo, especially with the way the respray has a good gloss while still looking aged and vintage. And there are nice details like how the tan on the lower section coordinates with the removable hardtop. And just like the previous two owners, you\'re going to find this handy. Carr side steps, tow mirrors, a tow hitch bumper, and a full-size spare on a swing-away mount are all part of a useful 4x4.
The tan velour interior has a comfy style. And the great thing about an Eddie Bauer edition is that you know it\'s going to be loaded. This includes power windows, power locks, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. Up front are bucket seats, a center console, and fold-down armrests. And the dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a good view of the full gauges with large speedo and tach. It all looks exceptional stock to where it will be difficult to identify anything that wasn\'t factory-issued. So while you may update the headliner or find other details to restore, there\'s a fundamental appeal of something this loaded and versatile.
Under the hood is a fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8. This is a long-standing hardy workhorse in the Ford family, and it only gets better with factory fuel injection. This generation Bronco is a great one to own because you have the vintage style, but nice driving comforts like cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. But it also has classic features, like how the 4x4 system is on a sturdy floor shift. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are good for anytime driving.
This is the two-owner Bronco that loves to remain a useful 4x4. So if you like enjoying your classics on and off-road, call today!
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