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1973 Ford Bronco 4x4 with PS PDB hydroboost fresh restoration

Year: 1973 Color: Charcoal Gray w Bordeau Rental Terms: RENTED
Updated: 5/22/2019 11:14:22 PM
Engine: fuel injected 302 5 liter , aluminum radiator , Modified Ignition , Modified Exhaust System , Modified Headers , Modified Manifold , Modified Air Filter
Transmission: Rebuilt C4 Automatic , billet tilt column , dana 20 transfer case
Exterior: Custom Paint , Match Painted Flares , Bikini Top , Stock steel hood , New windshield and seal , New lights and lenses , Removable door hinges , Side steps , Chrome mirrors , New lug nuts , Wire brush prepped & Undercoated
Interior: Custom high back seats , Linex , 6-point Roll Cage , Roll Cage Padding & Wrapping , Rear seat , Shoulder belts , Tuffy locking center console , vinyl door panels , vinyl rear side panels , Linexed tailgate , Dakota Digital Insturment cluster , tilt column , Customized dash
Brakes: Modified Front Disc, Drums Rear , Hydroboost
Steering: Modified Steering Wheel , Modified Power Steering
Suspension: 2.5" Lift
Features: Custom Stereo , Retro AM-FM Radio -stereo
Electrical: New Centek wire harness
Tires: 285 65R17 BFG All Terrains
Wheels: MHT Fuel wheels
Fuel System: 23 gallon F.I. fuel tank
axles: ford 9" , dana 44
AT OUR SHOP NOW! This Bronco was built mostly at West Coast Broncos over the last 1.5 years. It is currently being offering for sale through Rocky Roads. What we know about it is that it has a rebuilt 302 fuel injected engine, aluminum radiator, a well dressed engine with Edelbrock valve covers an air cleaner, a rebuilt C-4 factory automatic transmission, a newer polished tilt steering column, a custom steering wheel, a customized dash with billet speedometer bezel and billet steering column covers, dual Optima Red-Top 800 CCA batteries, a 23 gallon stainless steel fuel tank, factory power steering, a Dana 44 front axle, hydro-boost front disc brakes, restored engine bay, and a Ford 9" rear end. It runs and drives great.

It has restored Charcoal Gray paint, with Bordeaux interior, a deep 'red wine' colored vinyl interior, with diamond seat patterns you'd see in some very high end sports cars, new Bordeaux door, rear side and tailgate peeling, plus a custom Bordeau bikini top and woofer console cover. It has blacked out grille trim and red FORD grille lettering.

The engine bay has been blacked out, and it's under coated throughout the under side of the tub, it has clean Linex'ed floors, high back bucket seating in front, with a folding rear seat, all with headrests. plus custom floor mats, a full roll cage with padding and wrapping, a locking center console, chrome lift-off door hinges, billet head light rings and tail light bezels, new door seals, windows and doors totally gone through with mostly new parts, blacked out factory bumpers, 15x10" aluminum wheels with BFG 33x12.50x15 tires OR you can have the 17x8" black wheels and 285/70R17 tires it has on it in some of the shots, your choice.

It has custom side steps (drivers side comes down when door is opened) billet fuel, brake and e-brake petals, LED head lights, new lights and lenses all around, nice stereo mounted in center console with outdoor speakers, sub woofer console behind rear seat, lots of $$$ invested.

*** It does have minor rust, of which is pretty common on a 40 year old Bronco. Floor pans look solid. The only minor rust is located in the middle of the door pillars and a little in the front inner fender. No rust anywhere else from what we can see.

The reason it is priced very reasonably (considering how much has been invested) is because the owner knows someone is going to eventually want that minor rust repaired. We estimate $3500-$4000 to do all of the rust repairs and paint blending work once the rust has been addressed. We could do it all over the summer, but not until late July or August.

You can drive it until then and nobody will notice it unless they are experts in Bronco restoration. It does not effect the way the doors open or close, and does not need to be fixed to be a great daily driver. *** Getting a minor engine oil dipstick tube leak and a minor transmission pan dipstick tube fixed on 5-30-19, will be ready to go by 5-31-19.

If nobody buys this Bronco by June 4th, we will buy it ourselves and then put more work into it, once we finish our work we will be asking $75K for it.

More information coming soon.

Priced at $64,950.00

See possible RR ideas below:

ADD: Chrome front and rear bumpers $500.00 installed

OR Legend front bumper powder coated black with push bar $1,500.00 installed


ADD: Warn 9500LB winch $1,500.00 installed

ADD: New Rampage soft top $1,500.00 installed

OR ADD: A black restored Hard top with side slider windows $3,650.00 installed
5/22/2019 - With aluminum wheels and 33" BFG tires
5/16/2019 - Just in on consignment
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