Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1995 Ford Bronco XL is an adventure machine. It has a meaner exterior, upgraded A/C interior, and plenty of fuel-injected V8 power that all come together to make it the kind of 4x4 that loves a challenge.
The white paint looks good. There's a nice gloss, but it doesn't get so fancy that it looks out of place on a 4x4. Plus, the full package is thoughtfully laid out. There's a color-matched hardtop, and it all has some high-contrast black details. You see it on the blackout grille, headlight covers, side mirrors, tinted windows, and taillight covers. There's even a new set of raised white letter tires that fit this color theme. And this also has the right amount of polish that draws attention to the upgraded 16-inch wheels and the beefy tubular steel bumper with brush guard.
The interior has a truly cool custom attitude. It's almost like it has two personalities. The first is the coddler with nice extras like cold-blowing air conditioning, a cup holder center console, and cruise control buttons on the airbag steering wheel. And the seating fits with this attitude because you have the supple leather and comfy setup borrowed from modern range-topping F-150s. The rear is from the King Ranch, and the front buckets have terrific bolstering (yours even power adjusts.) But one look at the flooring, and you can instantly understand the other side of this Bronco's personality. The liner paint that covers the interior tub (including the headliner) gives you a rugged setup that's ready for fun. So you can just imagine powering down the rear window to fish off the tailgate or remove the hardtop to have some open-world 4x4 excitement.
The 5.8-liter fuel-injected V8 was the larger optional motor, and that really fits with this Bronco's powerful style. It retains a very stock look on this actual mileage SUV, and that's quite desirable because these have a reputation for being both hardy and easy to maintain. The four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive maximizes its versatility. The same goes for the power steering, power brakes, and front discs. And the two-speed 4x4 transfer case, tall suspension, and meaty BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As remind you that adventures rarely happen on the pavement.
This classic Bronco has been given investments for style and substance. That's why you know it's the one you got to have. Call today!!!
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