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1974 Red Bronco automatic with BC soft top and 400HP engine

Year: 1974 Color: Red with black Price: $78,950
Updated: 7/8/2017 12:27:24 AM
Engine: Rebuilt 351 Windsor V8 , Modified Air Filter , Modified Manifold , Modified Headers , Modified Exhaust System , Modified Ignition , Modified Fuel Injection
Transmission: 4R70W 4 speed automatic , dana 20 transfer case
Exterior: Custom Paint , Match Painted Flares , Original Bumpers , Stock steel hood , New windshield and seal , New lights and lenses , Reverse lighting , Side steps , New lug nuts , factory chrome mirrors , factory antenna , BC Broncos black soft top
Interior: Custom high back seats , 4-point Roll Cage , Linex , Rear seat , Shoulder belts , Tuffy locking center console , Dakota Digital insturment cluster , power windows , power door locks , tilt column
Brakes: Modified Front Disc, Drums Rear , Hydroboost , New Master Cylinder , New Lines
Steering: Modified Power Steering
Suspension: 3.5" Lift , Dual shock hoops , variable rate coil springs , 10 Leaf springs , dual front shocks
Features: CD Player , door speakers , Custom Stereo
Electrical: New Centek wire harness , optima battery
Tires: 33" all terrains
Wheels: 10" aluminum mags
Fuel System: 23 gallon main tank
axles: ford 9" , dana 44 , 4.11 gears
This Bronco just came to us on consignment. The Bronco was nicely restored either in 2013 or 2014, we're currently trying to figure out which shop restored it (Classic Ford Broncos in Ohio or possibly someone else locally?). It has a very fast high HP engine with MSD Atomic Fuel Injection, MSD ignition, MSD distributor, MSD 6AL ignition system with Blaster 2 Coil, plus a dual exhaust system correctly routed out behind the heart tires. The engine runs like a top.

It has a rebuilt 3 speed automatic transmission with a shift kit and oversized oil pan, a stainless tilt column and new steering wheel, plus a rebuilt Dana 20 transfer case. It runs very strong and needs no tuning work. It has an aluminum radiator which kept it cool when we road tested it yesterday.

The MSD tuner needs to be hidden and secured, as does some of the under-dash wiring, which would not be a big task. It has a new Centek wire harness. It has a yellow top Optima battery, with everything in the engine bay looking like it’s been replaced with new. It has both new power steering and front disc brakes with a hydro boost system.

Nothing leaked when we test drove it yesterday. No over heating issues. It has an after market speedometer cluster (either Classic Instruments or Dakota Digital) which seemed to work like it should. It has $750.00 JW Speaker head lights with all chrome head light and tail light rings, plus billet dash bezels and all new dash and heater controls. The dash was restored back to original, and is very clean.

It's got a 2-stage red paint job. The paint work was done well, but not to the level we do our $100K frame off restorations to. If we fix a couple small spots that have worn a little bit from age ($1,200-$1,500) it will look like a 9 out of 10. It has chrome front and rear bumpers and black side step up bars. The under-side has been “blacked out” but not under coated. The suspension could use a re-fresh as far as the under-side paint is concerned. The engine bay has been match-painted and the under side of the hood looks perfect, with a re-chromed latch and spring.

The interior is new and clean, with a Linex interior bed liner sprayed into the bed. The after market front seats have headrests and folding /sliding brackets, and the rear seat is the folding type. It has billet aluminum Bronco door inner panels, with billet door cups and new armrests. All of the window felts and channels have been replaced.

It has a simple black interior with power windows and power door locks (which are activated by switches in the center console or from the remote on the key chain), plus a Tuffy locking center console with a Kenwood stereo system with rear speakers mounted under the side rails and speakers in the doors, plus a sub woofer console behind the rear seat. The stainless steel wire looms between the door and the door posts need to be replaced (a $250 job) but other than that the sound system needs no work.

The Bronco has a 2.5” suspension system (looks like James Duff) with dual front shocks and single shocks in back, which works well. The front shock hoops have been welded in. It has a 23 gallon single rear fuel tank with new lines and filler hose. The wheels are 15x10 American Eagle aluminum wheels with BFG All Terrain tires in either 32x11.50x15’s or 33x12.50x15’s (forgot to check the tire size). The rims and tires are basically new.

It has a newer BC Broncos soft top with a black soft top frame, which is germanely attached until you remove the top frame. If you wanted ti have no top, you would need to remove the entire soft top frame, which would be an hours work. It has a 4 point standard roll bar that has been powder coated black.

There is a clean title and the registration appears to be up to date, besides the fact the new 2017 tags have not yet been installed. The new after market speedometer says 5,500 miles have been put on it since it’s restoration.

Price: $78,950.00

ADD: Replace door speaker wire looms with new stainless looms $250.00 installed
ADD: Roll cage padding and wrapping $400.00
ADD: Snap in carpet mats $950.00 installed
ADD: Address various minor paint issues $1,500.00
ADD: Legend 6 point roll cage powder coated black and installed $3,200.00

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