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This 1996 Ford Bronco XLT take the fuel-injected 4x4 you love, and it has been given a ton of the best investment all around. It makes for a capable, loaded, and striking total package that's absolutely irresistible.
The first thing you notice about this one is the paint. It's a custom two-tone Pearl White and Purple Metallic is a professional application using top-quality House of Kolors paints. It's a detailed package with nice pinstriping, including the blue outlining the custom cowl hood. This metallic finish loves the sunshine, and it was applied in 2019, and so it continues to look brilliant today. There was over $8k invested in this total quality presentation, including McKee's 37 ceramic coating that protects the finish while adding to the luster. The XLT premium package means bright chrome bumpers, and these are even brighter thanks to newer pieces. Plus, there's more shine coming from the upgraded 15-inch American Racing wheels, dual exhaust tips, and chrome side step rails. Not only was this upgraded to style, but also for function. You have a bright light bar up front, additional reverse lights, and a proper trailer hitch for the 7,800 lbs tow package.
More big investments in quality continue inside. It starts with $2,500 to make sure the cloth upholstery, carpeting, and floor mats all feel fresh. This is loaded with the best features, like power windows, power locks, keyless entry, power mirrors, power steering, cruise control, and a driver's airbag. The radio has been upgraded to a Pioneer AM/FM/XM/CD/DVD unit with flip-up screen. It is your gateway to the subwoofer speaker system and Bluetooth. There are also front and rear cameras that are constantly recording and are visible in your rearview mirror! And while the color-matched hardtop looks like it has never been off this ultra-clean Bronco, if you do ever decide you want convertible like fun, the R134a air conditioning can still keep you nice and cold. This one even has the little things that really make you appreciate the quality. There are great details, like new glass, new window tint, and new weatherstripping. These are joined by upgrades like the overhead console and auxiliary gauges on the A-pillar. It's all part of total package that's loaded, comfortable, and impressive.
The 5.8-liter fuel-injected V8 is a terrific Ford powerhouse, and so it's great to see this motor looking so tidy and correct under the hood. It's known for being both powerful and smooth, and so the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive maximizes its versatility. This is a proper 4x4 with a two-speed transfer case. Plus, you have new Warn locking hubs, BF Goodrich All Terrain K02 tires, and new Eaton Truetrac differentials both front & rear. There have even been solid investments in pieces like the front suspension, full power brake package (including front discs), and bushings just to make sure this one feels solid no matter if you're on or off road.
There's a large file of build receipts and maintenance records to show all the investments mentioned and many more. It all prove this is a distinct Bronco that has had all the best custom work done. So all you have to do is be first to grab this deal. Call today!!!
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