The right type of classic car for ownership is a topic greatly debated, some want a picture-perfect car that is photoshoot ready, and some prefer patina and a story to tell over coffee. This 1969 Ford Bronco we have today tests your choice and showcases the original Ford Bronco design in its true form with just the right amount of performance to match.
The first-generation Ford Bronco is a common platform for custom modifications, and you are more than likely to find most of the custom modifications done on the exterior. While some examples boast too many modifications and lose the design cues of the original design, this 1969 Ford Bronco is a neat mix of modern upgrades and that iconic 60s Ford design. The green exterior is split by a white hard top that blends in well. The body and exterior of this classic American SUV are in great shape and exterior upgrades come in the form of tubular black front and rear bumpers that doesn't take away from the original design cues. Providing that off-road grit further is a set of Warn wheels finished off in silver which is reportedly wrapped with fresh off road tires. The interior of this sees the green exterior color playing a big part in ensuring this original interior is done justice. The dashboard may not host touchscreens and entertainment features on the go but ensure you are more connected to reality by giving the driver the bare essentials and lovely drive feel with features like the original Ford steering wheel. If you do want to churn out some tunes there is an aftermarket Pioneer sound system in place, and if you do choose to go off-roading this vehicle also comes with a roll cage as a safety measure.
Pop the hood of this 1969 Ford Bronco and what you’ll find is not a well-manicured engine bay that is photoshoot ready, but the engine bay of a true off-roader in completely original form and ready to hit any off-road trail with gusto. Powering this classic off-roader is the top of the line 302ci V8 powertrain that ensures performance and reliability with every off-road excursion. Power is sent to all four wheels through an automatic transmission.
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