Arizona Classic Car Sales
2010 W. Parkside Ln. #130
Arizona Classic Car Sales is thrilled to offer this VARY RARE 1979 Ford Bronco V-8 4x4.. Arizona Truck & RUST FREE this is one rare unit..!! Equipped with a V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmission, 4x4, A/C, Removable Top, New Tires, No Accidents, One Re-Paint, New Interior, AND MORE..!! This Bronco won't last in this market so act fast..!! This 1979 Full Size Ford Bronco has been Refurbished to maintain the integrity of this unmolested NO RUST Arizona Bronco. It was acquired by the seller and is said to have lived in Flagstaff Arizona for most of its life. Subsequent work included repainting the exterior and hard top, all new rubber, the original rims have been freshly powder coated and new BFG Mud-Terrain tires were installed. The truck is finished in its factory orange and white over tan cloth interior. The interior was re-upholstered using the correct OEM fabric from SMS and a perforated OEM style headliner. Center console is out of a 89 Bronco and is in excellent condition. Carpet is new. This bronco is powered by a completely rebuilt and painted power train, consisting of its 351 V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission and a two-speed transfer case (not a single drip). The radiator was also replaced. Equipment includes a rear tire carrier, the 79 only bucket seat option, trailer hitch, new retrosound stereo deck, and factory air conditioning. If you have been looking for an everyday driver, this is your vehicle. It has not been too restored to not be able to drive but has been refurbished to look like it and runs and drives like it just came off the line. There is and never was rust before it was painted. The 78 and 79 full size are the rarest Broncos produced. It is even harder to find examples that have survived without being modified. The owner did an excellent job of maintaining the integrity of this beautiful Arizona survivor. Call or text anytime with any questions or offers..!! 602-513-3298
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