Ford's Bronco is such an icon that cheers were heard across the nation when Ford announced a sixth generation for the 2021 model year onwards. With its arrival, demand for classic Broncos has skyrocketed, too; that's why this 1969 Ford Bronco Roadster is a hot ticket item. Why not buy it as your ultimate off-road weekend toy? A standard Bronco is fairly capable in the rough stuff; this one's received some enhancements to bolster its capability.
Wearing an exotic silver paint job, this 1969 Ford Bronco Roadster looks stunning with its open-topped appearance. You've got a new Krawler's Edge family cage to keep things relatively safe, and aftermarket black Rhino wheels host new Terra Grappler tires. We're also told that the vehicle has been lifted, albeit the amount of lift is not stated. Otherwise, it's pure classic Bronco, from the badging to the lights, and it even sports a black bull bar at the front. Just hop in, as the lack of side doors makes it supremely easy, and you're faced with a black cabin. Four seats are on offer, but you might find a line of family and friends jostling for their spot; such is the attraction of this 1969 Ford Bronco Roadster. We're told that the seats are new units, and there's a new rubber floor cover, as you'd expect on such a rough-and-tumble vehicle. The dashboard hosts few distractions and modern fripperies, but there's a retro-modern radio unit to rock some modern tunes from. Air conditioning? Where we're going, we don't need that when you've got all the air in the world. Heating? Just dress a bit more snugly.
This 1969 Ford Bronco Roadster is powered by a 302ci (4.9L) small block V8 that doesn't make a bucketload of power but compensates with sheer reliability and durability. The figures when new were around the 200hp mark, sent to the wheels via a three-speed manual transmission and transfer case. We've also been told that there's a Wild Horse Positrac rear end.
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