A restored 1968 Ford Bronco is on saleOctober 4, 2020
A remanufactured 1968 Ford Bronco is up for sale on the Bring A Trailer website.
Note that this SUV was sent for restoration in 2016, and it lasted four years. The car is currently located in Pennsylvania, in particular, all records of restoration work and corresponding photographs are attached to it.
As part of the rebuilding, the Bronco was stripped down to the frame, which was then processed, primed and repainted. Along with this, the front and rear axles were redone, as well as the transmission. The SUV also features a 289cc V8 engine with Edelbrock intake manifold and carburetor, new wiring harness and alternator.
The car, in particular, is equipped with a body painted in dark blue tint, flared wheel arches, modified bumpers, tubular footpegs and 15-inch polished wheels with 33-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires. As the ad description suggests, the Bronco also features removable doors and a black soft top.
As for the interior of the car for sale, there are bucket-shaped seats, trimmed with water-repellent fabric, black floor mats and much more. Note that Bronco has covered only 48 kilometers since the restoration.
In addition, it was recently noted that the 1991 Ford Bronco, from which the factory film was not removed, is being sold. It should be emphasized that this SUV of the American brand of Colonial White color has a fairly rich equipment.
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