You know you want this reformed 1979 Ford Bronco

Looks like everyone wants a Ford Bronco under the sun but if you are not patient enough to order and wait many months for delivery, we may have found the right option for you; A gorgeous 1979 Ford Bronco.

Of course, you can’t really compare the brand new to a 43-year-old Bronco, but as a way of making a statement, we think this classic Ford 2022 model has been blown out of the water. It is currently up for auction Bring a trailer And no reserve is being paid.

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The Bronco came out of Ford’s factory, painted in dark jade metallic green with a free wheeling stripe, and was re-sprayed during renovations last year. Other eye-catching exterior parts of the car include white fiberglass hardtop, rear privacy glass, chrome grille and bumper, sliding rear quarter window and door-mounted wing mirror.

Elsewhere, the Bronco sits on a lovely 15-inch polished wheel set wrapped in 33 × 12.5-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T / A KO2 tires.

The interior matches perfectly with the exterior for a rear bench seat trimmed in jade green vinyl with front seat and patterned fabric inserts and a matching dashboard, center console, carpet and door panel. Several imitation wood accents are also found throughout the dash, doors and steering wheel.

Underneath this Bronco skin is a 351 cubic-inch V8 rated at 156 hp and 277 lb-ft (375 Nm) when it was new. The list states that oil and batteries have recently been replaced. The V8 comes with a three-speed automatic transmission and a dual-range transfer case that drives the rear or four wheels.

A Deluxe Marty report issued with the Bronco revealed that the Bronco was one of 1,260 units produced in this color combination and left the factory on April 19, 1979.

 

 

 



















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