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This 1970 Ford Bronco is a true mean-looking 4x4. It has a powerful V8, serious off-road components, and a look that's too bold and beefy to be ignored. So if you're looking for serious fun and a growling heart, this is the one you always knew could be out there.
A first-gen Bronco is always a cool classic, but this one is attractive for a very different reason. The big open fenders for the long travel suspension have the look of a desert prerunner with its style and stance. The bold orange paint looks like it wants to be seen from miles away so that you can always find it in the wilderness. There's also a dark side with a ton of practical and rugged upgrades done in the full midnight appearance. Up front, it's a steel bumper with a Warn winch. Diamond plate rockers protect the sides. The rear bumper is more strong steel, and it includes tow hooks, a trailer hitch, and a spare tire mount. Even the Bestop folding soft top fits in with this blackout package.
Because a Bronco like this loves to be open to the world, the same exterior color theme is continued inside. This is built to be a serious off-roader, but you can also appreciate the upgrade in comfort and style with the high-back seats for both rows. It's a well-done setup with well-bolstered buckets up front and custom stitching for both rows. When it does come time to get down to dirty business, you'll appreciate features like the full liner paint in the cab, shoulder belts up front, and a comprehensive roll cage made for added safety and bracing. The custom dash is built with the right features for real off-road driving. That means a comfortable seating position with a tilt steering column, a CB radio, a power inverter, and toggle switches for the ARB air locking axles.
Under the hood is proper Ford power. The 302 cubic-inch V8 is a great blue oval motor, and this one is built for added power with a new Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding into the rumbling side pipes. You'll also sport the right supporting components, including dual Optima batteries. The upgrade to a five-speed manual transmission gives you full control over this powerful Bronco. And control is what you want because this is a serious off-road package. You have the two-speed 4x4 transfer case, ARB locking differentials, and Maxxis Creepy Crawler tires. The suspension mounts have been reinforced and now have dual shocks kits all-around on this lifted Bronco. And while we doubt this is going to be your highway cruiser, power steering, power brakes, and front discs make it easy to roll into town and get some more supplies.
You know the kind of machine this is. It's the one where the fun doesn't start until the beaten path ends. So if you're looking for a Bronco that gets you there, you need this custom build. Call today!!!
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