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1974 White Bronco for sale with 351 W PS 4 wheel PDB

Year: 1974 Color: White w grey on consignment Price: $0
Updated: 2/10/2019 11:49:23 AM
Engine: Rebuilt 351 Windsor V8 , Modified Air Filter , Modified Manifold , Modified Headers , Modified Exhaust System , aluminum radiator
Transmission: Rebuilt C4 Automatic , Shifter on the column , dana 20 transfer case
Exterior: Custom Paint , Restored Hardtop , Custom Bumpers , Warn Winch , Louvered stock steel hood , Black flares
Interior: 4-point Roll Cage , Custom high back seats , Custom Carpeting , Rear seat , Lap belts
Brakes: power brake system , Modified All Disc
Steering: Original Power Steering
Suspension: 3.5" Lift , rancho 5000 shocks , dual front shocks
Features: Retro AM-FM Radio -stereo , door speakers , amplifier , Custom Stereo
Electrical: New custom wire harness
Tires: 35" all terrains
Wheels: 10" aluminum mags
Fuel System: 23 gallon main tank , 11 gallon side tank
axles: ford 9" , dana 44
This Bronco had a frame-off restoration back in 1998. It has been recently pressure washed and a complete top to bottom inspection. It looks good, runs well, has a lot of fairly current service history from GAS (Galpin Auto Sports). It does need a few things cosmetically and interior wise, but it can be used as a daily driver as it sits today.

This Bronco has a 351 Winsdor engine with a newer Holley carburetor, dual exhaust system, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, heavily trussed front and rear axles, Dana 44 in front, Ford 9" in the rear, we don't know exactly which gears are in it right now, but we're assuming it has 3.50 gearing. We will know more after the inspection. It has locking hubs, and the 4 wheel drive works as it should.

It was repainted white a few years back, the paint work receipt says it cost $3500 for the bodywork and the paint. There is now some rust in the floor pans on both sides, but it's not too bad. We replace floor pans on 90% of the Broncos we source these days, this is quite common on Old School Broncos. The drivers side door post is starting to show rust at the lower face of the door pillar, but it's not effecting the way the doors open close or align.

There is also some minor rust in the inner front fenders but it's not all the way through the metal. There are some minor rust spots throughout the hard top and body, but nothing serious and no 'cancerous' rust. The current owner lived close to the beach for the last few years, so this is mostly surface rust from being close to the salt water the last two years. Before that it was in Sherman Oaks (in the Valley in So Cal).

The interior consists of gray high back bucket seats in front, which were fitted to the Bronco on proper tracks, older carpeting, older vinyl door panels and rear side panels. It has a clean dash (with what appears to be an A/C vent cut in the drivers side of the dash. Besides that, the dash is very clean and everything seems to work.

It has been totally re-wired in the last few years by GAS, and the fuel system was overhauled. It has a newer Retro radio in the dash, along with 4 Alpine speakers mounted in the doors and flush mounted in the rear side panels, plus an Alpine amplifier. It has a wire in the glove box with a USB which can charge your phone and hook up to your mobile device to provide you tunes.

It has a 23 gallon main tank and what appears to be an 11 or 12 gallon after market side tank under the drivers seat, which is not currently being used. The suspension has 2 Rancho shocks in front, and one in back. The leaf springs are stock in the back, plus a 2" lift block has been installed for a taller ride height. The front springs appear to be old 3" Rancho's. The suspension feels good and it has a nice ride. The wheels are 15x10" aluminum mags, and it has newer 35x12.50x15 BFG All Terrain tires on it, which are only a couple of hears old and have great tread left on them.

Here's our current plan: Take it to be pressure washed first thing, then straight to the exhaust shop to have the tail pipes re-rounted so that the exhaust fumes dump out behind the rear tires instead of dumping out behind the Bronco, which causes exhaust fumes to come inside of the cab when you're driving it. After that, it's coming back to our shop to swap out those 35's for a set of 33's and a nicer set of 15x10 aluminum wheels. Then, our plan is black out the engine bay, chassis and under-carriage with satin black paint. We're also going to prep and blend some of the minor white paint touch ups around the vehicle, then post a price and begin finding a buyer for it.

Price: $35,000.00

Here are our recommendations after you take delivery of the Bronco:

ADD: Remove interior, cut out front floor pans, weld in new factory replacement floor pans $1,750.00 installed (7-10 days)

ADD: Remove hard top, take to Linex, have new bed liner sprayed in $1,950.00 installed (7-10 days)

ADD: New black snap-in carpet mats in front, covering shift tunnel, in the back and behind the rear seat $950.00 installed (2 days)

ADD: New Legend black pleaded vinyl front seats, mount a new Tuffy locking center console between seats, pattern-match the factory rear seat to match the front seats, install new RR door panels, new armrests and factory door handle cups, plus new RR black rear side and a matching tailgate panel, then install new carpeting $5,000.00 installed. (7-10 days)

ADD: Install a new Rampage soft top $1,750.00 installed (2-3 days)

ADD: New black 17x9" Fuel wheels with new 305/65R17 BFG All Terrain tires $2,000.00 installed

ADD: Remove chrome rear bumper, install a new Rock Solid rear bumper with swing out tire carrier and matching spare wheel/tire $2,000.00 installed

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