This iconic off-roader may have made a comeback in a modern refresh, but its success can always be attributed to the love that the original Bronco earned through its iconic, simple design, power, and reliability. Close to half a century may have passed, but the Bronco's image continues strong, which is why they are kept alive through builds such as this particular 1973 Ford Bronco, built by Maxlider Motors. The first SUV to be developed by the Ford Motor Company, the Bronco was a capable off-roader that stole the hearts of the people almost instantly and has continued to be a well-beloved vehicle even today. Although this is a build that packs some modern inclusions to make it a more durable and capable off-roader, this Bronco remains true to its essence, and with only 300 miles reported on the clock since its build is a great option to take home, enjoy and preserve for many years to come.
Black is the name of the game. This 1973 Ford Bronco's black exterior adds to its striking design, assuring itself that it can back up everything it purports to be. It's reportedly been raised by 3.5" using a Duff Maxlider lift kit, helping it stand taller, which adds to its overall image. The current owner reports that the stock body has been built with Dennis Carpenter flared quarter panels and a Gator Hyde coating applied across the entire bottom section of the tub. The current owner also reports the presence of a new windshield, door glass, wing vent assembly, and a 3-way adjustable drag link also being available. Stepping inside, you will be welcomed into a black exterior that matches the powerful aesthetic of the exterior, featuring a simple design that is true to the Bronco's practicality, with a few modern additions and creature comforts. This includes the current owner-reported stock metal 73' dash with no radio holes and stock glove box location, American Auto Wire wiring harness, stock Ford dashboard instrument cluster, a rebuilt stock heater, and stock dashboard bezels. There's also a Borgesan power steering box reportedly installed to improve handling conditions, bringing more comfortable steering and twin sticks installed for the Dana 20 transfer case with rubber boots for the transmission, as reported by the current owner.
Built by Maxlider Motors, this particular 1973 Ford Bronco is fitted with what the current owner reports to be a rebuilt 302ci Roller engine, meaning you have access to plenty of displacement for that sweet V8 to roar with the blip of the throttle. Not only that, but the current owner also reports Dana 44 axles with disc brake kit 3:50 gear and trak-lock, Ford 9", Dana 20 rebuilt transfer case, a rebuilt C4 automatic transmission, and factory rebuilt drive shafts. According to the current owner's reports, handling has improved with the power steering as well as the rebuilt rear drum brakes and power brake booster. With all that power and enhancement to performance, this 1973 Ford Bronco build is ready for any challenge that may be placed before it. It looks the part and can deliver performance that doesn't bring injustice to the Bronco's name. That makes this particular build a perfect choice for anyone interested in classic off-roaders and preserving them in whichever way possible for the enjoyment of many generations to come.
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