STERLING MOTORS inc
1807 Locust St.
The Bronco was introduced by Ford in 1966 and had a life span of 30 years with 5 different generations. It was introduced to compete with small 4 wheel drive SUVs such as the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Scout. Styling was simple and economical so all glass was flat, bumpers were straight c sections, the frame was a simple box-section ladder and the basic left and right door skins were identical except for mounting holes. The first generation Broncos (66-77) were offered in a wagon, a pick-up and a less popular roadster configuration which was dropped in 68. This particular example was frame off restored in 2010 at which time it was customized to make it the gorgeous truck it is today. The heart of this beast is a performance built 302 ci V8 that was bored .030 over at the same time it was restored. It is estimated to put out well over 400 hp and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its dual performance exhaust system. It has a rebuilt C4 transmission controlled by a B&M ratchet shifter with a tractor transfer case that delivers the power to the wheels effortlessly. The bed and floors were all sealed with bed liner. The rest of the interior, the engine bay and the removable portion of the bed that separates the cab from the bed are all color matched in a gorgeous Blue. The same Blue was used for the fender flares and the rocker step tubes and looks awesome with the silver inserts all the way around. You will also notice the stainless steel tread plate which adorns the bed rails, the inside of the tailgate, the dash, the transfer case cover and the fire wall. The interior is very clean with custom door panels that have the word Bronco embossed in them, gorgeous seats, a steel center armrest with a newer CD player mounted inside it, dash mounted speakers, custom gauges and a custom steering wheel. The front bumper has a push bar integrated in it and is fitted with a 20 LED light bar. The rear bumper has an integrated receiver hitch. This Bronco is as solid as any new truck on the market, sounds better and looks way cooler. If you could see yourself cruising in this sweet truck you better call us before its too late as we have priced it to sell quickly!
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