The Ford Bronco was first introduced in 1966 as a compact SUV designed to compete with the Jeep CJ-5. Ford's design department created a rugged and practical body style that could be adapted for various uses. The Bronco's boxy, angular shape was intended to give it a classic and timeless look, while its compact size and short wheelbase made it highly maneuverable in off-road terrain. As Ford's first-ever SUV, the Bronco is a significant piece of American automotive history. Finding one such as this example, which the owner reports underwent a total frame-off restoration in 2017, is a real treat.
Most of us are already familiar with the unique and iconic design of the Bronco, so let's get into the specifics of this one in particular. Being a restomod, the vehicle comes equipped with new front fenders, door handles, rocker panels, new mirrors and glass parts, new seals, a new gas tank, new locking differentials and locking front hubs, a new Duffy dual shock hoop suspension, and sway bar, a new front disc brakes, rear traction, and wiring harness, a new spare tire, along with 15" polished aluminum wheels wrapped in 33x12.5" Bigfoot tires with a 3.5" lift. If you couldn't already tell by the number of times the word "new" has been used in this paragraph, almost every part of this 1969 Ford Bronco Restomod has been replaced. The interior of this Bronco is as equally impressive, with a set of comfortable leather seats and a powder-coated dash panel housing its original infotainment system. The Bronco also has a wooden steering wheel to preserve its classic feel. For the rear, the Bronco has a bench-style seat and a removable hardtop for when the weather holds up.
Under the hood of this 1969 Ford Bronco Restomod is a reportedly rebuilt 302ci (5.0L) V8 engine with a total of 69,700 miles on it paired with a rebuilt 4-speed standard manual transmission.
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