With three body styles to choose from, the original Ford Bronco cemented itself as an off-roader, or rather, SUV for the masses. The original design plays a big part in the modern-day Ford Bronco. Its good looks were just one factor that contributed to its greatness; it was also a reliable and a capable off-roader when need be. Case in point, with this 1971 Ford Bronco Half Cab, you get the chance to own an appreciating asset as well as appreciate its good looks. This off-road legend is located in Missouri for owning, driving, admiring, and taking off the beaten path too.
With the plethora of exterior colors to choose from, nothing captures a big off-road vehicle better than a white exterior, which this 1971 Ford Bronco Half Cab has. The top of this truck is black in color with the new 17" fuel wheels showcased in black and wrapped with a set of new 35" Nitto mud grappler tires. The new LED headlights and marker lights provide a fresh look on the original exterior. Moving on to the back of the truck and it's hard to miss the truck bed being thoroughly spray lined with Super-S coating for added protection. The white theme continues to the interior with the dashboard of this 1971 Ford Bronco Half Cab in white. The rest of the interior is black, with the owner reporting that the vehicle has new leather bucket seats in place. Other interior modifications include a custom Tom's off-road gear knob, three aftermarket gauges to monitor engine performance and an upgraded steering wheel fitted onto a tilt steering wheel column. The seller reports new door seals in place as well.
Whilst having its original powertrain is nice, the greater outdoors requires something with more power. This is made possible in this 1971 Ford Bronco Half Cab with the Jasper's 302ci V8 crate engine present under the hood, pushing out more than 300hp, and having a 4-barrel Holley carb and Mallory ignition. This power is sent to all four wheels through a new NP 435 4 speed manual transmission. Speaking of off-roading, the new Skyjacker 3" suspension lift and shocks sure help as well. Braking is made better with power front disc brakes.
Car Location: Missouri 1971 Ford Bronco Half Cab w/ 302ci Jasper V8 Completely spray lined w/ Super S Coating New Skyjacker 3" Suspension lift New skyjacker shocks 3" body lift New 35" Nitto mud grappler tires New 17" Fuel Wheels New leather bucket seats reported New LED headlights New LED marker lights New door seals New steel bumpers Power front disc brakes 4 speed truck transmission New NP 435 transmission Jaspes Engines 302ci V8 Tilt steering wheel column Holley 4 Barrel Mallory ignition