We would like to thank our customers for their commitment to buying only the best - especially those customers buying their 2nd and 3rd Early Broncos from us. As our process is further developed and refined, our quality continues to rise. Superior quality takes time; it is estimated that only twelve to fifteen broncos will be completed and bear the Rocky Roads label for 2013, and even less will be produced in 2014. No other Early Bronco built on an original Vintage Bronco chassis maintains a higher resale value than one manufactured by Rocky Roads... We are unchallenged as the highest standard in Early Bronco Restoration.
We can restore your Early Bronco. We restore only to the highest level (no low level restorations). The cost of our show quality restoration starts at $45,000 and can reach $125,000. Many top-of-the-line options are available on these special rigs. Order placement: $25,000 deposit is required, plus the cost of all added options. Upon completion of the vehicle, if the purchaser is not satisfied, the $25K deposit will be fully refunded within 60 days. Selected (added) custom options are not refundable.
Only the highest level master technicians & fabricators take part in restoring our Early Broncos. Only experienced craftsmen with Ford backgrounds will ever touch your Early Bronco investment. We study and re-study our process for continued improvement, and we have determined that only the most highly skilled personnel, performing even the most elementary task, improves overall quality. Its quality, not quantity, that we're all about.
Additionally, we have reduced the number of Broncos that our team will manufacture for 2013-14. Reduced volume allows the development of even higher quality Broncos, and rewards us with more time to hand pick the finest Broncos from non-coastal non-salt regions to restore. We now invest some $45,000- $85,000 in new parts, quality materials and skilled labor to restore just one Rocky Roads Bronco! Our 2013 model Broncos are better than ever, and our new Legend Ford Bronco is beyond amazing!
Broncos available for sale are limited to those we have just purchased, and those on consignment in our Sales Lot. We can locate a Bronco for your restoration and build it to your specs... for this process, a $18,000.00 deposit is required so we can locate & secure you the right Bronco. Let Rocky Roads Build Your Custom Vintage Bronco for you! You can fill out our new Build Your Bronco information page, or E-mail us
which Broncos you are interested in, we will forward updates with detailed current vehicle descriptions, digital photos and digital videos upon receipt of your e-mail. We just started a You-Tube channel RockyRoads4x4 & a Facebook page Rocky Roads Custom Vintage Broncos. Please be patient as we develop our new YouTube channel.
We are the pickiest buyer out there. Our standards are very high. We tolerate no rust. To sum it all up, the best money spent on an Early Bronco restoration is: Buying a straight, clean bronco with original paint (if possible) and proper metal treatment for a lasting restoration. Add our show quality finish inside and out. Then, you have a Name Brand, appreciating investment of lasting quality that can only be manufactured to this level by Rocky Roads. No other Early Bronco can compare - our service is worth the wait!
We currently have a two month back order on our Early Bronco Restoration work. Your restoration will be completed approximately 6-8 months from receipt of deposit. We will call for your vehicle to be delivered to us in the last 15 days of the waiting period if there is one. If you are interested in having Rocky Roads restore your Bronco, please send us photos of the vehicle inside and out. The more detailed the photos of rust and damage, the more accurate our estimate will be. Ultimately, we will need to see your Bronco in person before an accurate restoration proposal can be given. You can see photos of some of our customers' recently restored Broncos in our Restorations section.
You can also read some of our satisfied customers experiences in the Testimonials section.
Don't forget to check out our Restoration Process page that describes the typical step-by-step frame off restoration on a Classic Bronco.