800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Concord , North Carolina
This 1970 Ford Bronco expertly mixes the first-gen vintage appearance with a ton of nice upgrades. The result is a cool fuel-injected V8 convertible 4x4 that takes you around town in A/C comfort, while also has the skills to go off-road at a moment's notice.
The boxy bodywork gives this truck a real machismo, but there is a lot of style to this one, too. The modern Reef Aqua has more depth than many of the blues offered by Ford in '70. It has just a hint of pastel to be a great complementing color to the white grille and fender flares. And because both the hardtop and the Kayline soft top are both finished in white, this classic has an almost two-tone like appearance. The chrome bumpers combine with the upgraded polished wheels and bright tubular side steps to create a very nice looking total package. But fashionable doesn't mean it has lost function. There's even a full-size spare on the swing away rear mount in case you need new rubber on the trail.
This was a careful build, and the interior shows this well. With Dynomat insulation in the hardtop and more beneath the carpeting, you can really have the feeling of a fully enclosed machine. But features like the roll bar and lock box center console (with LED lighting) also mean you'll happily enjoy opening up this Bronco to the world. No matter which way you choose to roll, this is quite comfortable thanks to upgrades like the high-back bucket seats with extra bolstering, AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth with a Digital Design subwoofer behind the back seat to provide adequate sound, even with the top off, anti-theft system, cruise control, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood might just be your favorite upgrade of them all. That intake is the telltale sign of pony car power. This is a fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 borrowed from a later Mustang. It was rebuilt later in its lifetime, so it fires up readily like a well-maintained five-oh should. More than just bragging rights, this offers a terrific upgrade in power for both the street and the trail. In fact, this has new front radius arms and pinon seals just to make sure the 4x4 experience is a good one. The BF Goodrich tires are built for all terrains, and that's exactly how you should view this classic Bronco. After all, the power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and a three-speed automatic transmission are welcomed features both on and off-road.
This vintage Bronco has all the upgrades you want, and it's turn-key ready right now. So don't miss you chance.