614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1975 Ford Bronco takes the cool classic 4x4 shape and really turns it up a notch. With the extra look of power and poise and a fuel-injected V8 upgrade to back it all up it's hard not to look good on the street or trail.
This is a great classic color combo. After all, the newer red has a glossy finish of a Mustang. And the removable white roof and matching white grille have an almost two-tone effect. Plus, you have terrific brightwork on the classic with the mirror-like bumpers, bright trim, and polished 15-inch wheels. It all has a great classic look, but this Bronco has something more going for it, too. You see it in the extra tall stance and large off-road tires. Plus, the power bulge of the custom cowl hood is certainly not for the timid.
The interior gives you the best of both worlds. You can have a convertible when you want, but the fully enclosed body with metal doors and roll up windows means you can keep the weather out, too. And it looks like they made all the right investment, like the durable liner paint on the floor, as well as newer durable vinyl pieces like the dash pad, door panels, and seat covers. And this was built to be a nice driver with everything from well-done factory bucket seats to the upgraded wood and chrome sports steering wheel.
Under the hood might just be your favorite upgrade of them all. That intake is the telltale sign of pony car power. This is Ford's famous 5.0-liter V8 and it has an Edelbrock Performer fuel-injection intake on top. The EFI system lets this motor inhale deeply, and the shorty headers that feed the dual exhaust allow the V8 to exhale with a sweet sound. And as you look across this engine bay, you'll see all the right upgrades for a stout Bronco, like steel braded hoses, an Optima battery, and a Champion aluminum radiator. It's backed by a three-speed automatic transmission, and two-speed transfer case feeding both axles. Broncos have a tough off-road attitude, including being the first consumer 4x4 to utilize front coil springs, and that legacy is only enhanced with this lifted suspension, James Duff components, and General Grabber tires. Plus, with power steering and a four-wheel disc brake upgrade, this is the Bronco that's terrific around town, too.
Classic, enhanced, and an all-around cool vintage 4x4, this fuel-injected Bronco is a great total package that's ready to run right now. Call today!!!
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