Finding a classic SUV that ventures off the beaten path are rare nowadays; collectors prefer garage queens that rack up resale value rather than powering through the rough and tough. The 1970 Ford Bronco we have today powers through what's in its path and, after a quick wash, looks like an iconic classic that stands out at your local car meet or show.
Getting an exterior color right on a Ford Bronco is a task easier said than done; you have many options to pick from, and standing out from the crows takes a lot of effort. Looking at this 1970 Ford Bronco and its gray and black exterior and you instantly know it turns heads wherever, whenever. The exterior color is similar to that of Audi's Nardo Gray, and the body is in great shape, with the current owner reporting a frame-off restoration and the vehicle being recently repainted. You also ride high off the ground thanks to a Duff 3.5" Lift and black custom wheels. Looking at the interior and the two-tone color theme continues. The grey-on-black interior has been freshened up, with the current owner reporting new seats, carpets, headliners, and weather stripping.
You could drive your new Ford Bronco off the dealership floor with an inline six powertrain or a V8; the former was the one to have if you wanted to conquer the great outdoors on the weekend. A 302ci V8 powertrain, the larger V8 offering, powers this 1970 Ford Bronco. Make no mistake; this isn't a tired factory motor but a new and refreshed powertrain that is reported to have less than 3,000 miles by the current owner. There are a few upgrades in the form of an Edelbrock air filter housing, valve covers, and Sniper 2BBL fuel injection for better fuel delivery. Power is sent to all four wheels through a "3 on the tree" manual transmission. Looking to hit the off-road trails in style? The exterior has got you sorted, and the 4.11 gears ensure better gearing, and a new Open Carrier third member ensures better off-road capability.
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