Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
Bright, loaded, versatile, vintage, awesome... there are plenty of ways to describe this 1994 Ford Bronco 4x4 Eddie Bauer edition. After all, this brought luxury to the last of the big Broncos. So no matter if you need fuel-injected V8 power or just want a comfy armchair to enjoy an A/C interior, this has you covered.
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 without losing its nature-minded appearance. This idea of rugged stylishness is taken up a notch with the added Westin Brush guard and Westin Step bars. The Electric Red paint has the right look of good cars and proper touch-ups to keep it looking nice. And that's the theme for the whole Bronco: originality and good investments. So while the odometer represents the full mileage, the real story is the level of care this one has been under. Including 17 years under the latest owner, and a detailed maintenance file under this ownership. So the paint has the high-intensity look of the last moments of sunlight over Red Rocks Park. And the Tucson Bronze rockers and pinstripe coordinate with this earthy vibe. The total package is handsome, but not so overdone that you will hesitate to use this 4x4 for fun. There are the premium details you love, like the classic chrome bumpers, and bright 15-inch wheels. Plus, there are the right function features, like the tow ball rear bumper and a full-size spare on a swing-away mount. And what this Bronco really excelled at offering was a great sense of being places. The rear hardtop is removable to open you up to the world, and wherever you go, the fold-down tailgate gives you a place to sit back and take it all in.
The interior is a terrific space to spend some time. These Eddie Bauer Broncos have great armchair-like front bucket seats with the company logo stitched in the backs. So it's one of the most stylish seats ever in SUVs. Just like the exterior, it's a vintage presentation that has been properly respected. And while there's a brand new (smaller) Bronco, you don't really need a younger machine considering how loaded this classic is. You have power windows (including the rear one,) a cup holder center console, a tilt steering column, a driver airbag, cruise control, and cold-blowing air conditioning. The back seat has adult-sized room, and the cargo area is carpeted so it's easy to take along big items of just road trip luggage.
Ford's famous 5.0-liter V8 is under the hood. It's quite the same as the Five-Oh from a Mustang, but the headers and a Borla cat-back exhaust make it quite close. What this Bronco really does is make the most of its fuel injection to add consistency and plenty of job-ready torque. This generation Bronco strikes a good balance where you get the real truck ability and added car-like comfort. That's why you have easy driving features like power steering, power brakes, and front discs. The four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive was even replaced in 2007. And when it's time to leave the pavement, engaging the four-wheel drive is as easy as a touch of a button.
The sale comes complete with good paperwork like the original window sticker, owner's manual, and maintenance receipts. This 4x4 has the kind of long-term care, good investments, and overall presentation that makes it irresistible. Call today!!!
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