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The Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer edition was the ideal way to merge loaded luxury and a cool 4x4 SUV. And this 1989 model gives you the right mix of vintage style while delivering fuel-injected V8 power, an overdrive transmission, a loaded A/C interior, and more.
The Bronco is an everlasting symbol of 4x4 toughness, and teaming up with the outdoor-oriented Eddie Bauer was just a natural fit. They gave this stout machine an added look of sophistication. After all, black and tan are timelessly attractive, and this one does it especially well. It's the factory-correct color combo, but the black looks like it was given a respray later in life to retain a good luster. And the tan is thoughtfully chic on the rockers and beltline pinstripe. And while the hardtop still is removable for that cool convertible look, the color coordinates well with the accents, and so it looks terrific in place. It's unknown if the odometer represents the Bronco's actual mileage, but the overall appearance signals the right care and investments over the years. That's why the premium chrome bumpers shine brightly and the doors close with confidence. But more than just looking great, this never loses its functional side thanks to handy features like the side step bars, a full-size spare on a swing-away mount, and the proper trailer hitch.
The interior gives you more of the premium look with plush tan velour seats with an outdoor scene stitched in the backs. These front buckets have fold-down armrests and a cup holder center console in-between for long-haul comfort. In fact, the whole setup is made to be quite luxurious with cold-blowing factory air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB. The rear seat has adult-sized legroom, and the cargo bay is positively massive. So this one is ideal for tailgating, too.
Under the hood is a 5.0-liter V8. This is an awesome powerhouse for Fords that only gets better on a more modern classic like this because you get the advantage of fuel injection. So you get the hardy construction you love, and it has a more consistent delivery that's great for both acceleration on the streets and extra power to really utilize off-road. And speaking of leaving the pavement, the push-button two-speed 4x4 transfer case makes it easy to utilize this capable 4x4 to its fullest. But you can also enjoy the highway long haul with cruise control and automatic transmission with overdrive. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and front discs are great for any place you go.
This Bronco has the look of a true classic, but the right features to make it strong for today. So when you can find such a well-rounded 4x4, you know you can't let it slip away. Call today!!!
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