Looking back to the 60s and its clear that the Mustang wasn’t the only vehicle that was fit for history books. The legendary Ford Bronco lives on today, and is a true automotive icon, and what better way to represent the legendary name than this 1975 Ford Bronco we have today. With a reported 550 miles on the clock since restoration, this classic beauty sees a blend of modern and original features to ensure you stand out no matter where you are and what you are parked next to.
To sum up the colorful 60s and pay tribute to the original design this 1975 Ford Bronco sports a lovely and unique Sea Foam Green exterior. Looking at this classic from the front and you would note the upgraded LED lights which provide better visibility and a modern touch. The exterior also sees black accents in the form of its fender flares which house a set of black aftermarket wheels. Open top driving doesn’t get better than what comes on this 1975 Ford Bronco, the tan interior blends in well with the unique exterior and sees some upgrades to make driving more of an event. Looking at the dashboard and you would note several original features but then come to the aftermarket Sony head unit connected to a stereo for some smooth tunes on a weekend drive. The tan leather interior provides comfort and the wood steering wheel blends in well and provides a lovely feel of the upgraded power this classic has under its hood.
Picking out an engine for your first gen Ford Bronco was not all that tough, you had the inline 6 offerings that provided efficiency and the V8 that offered performance that was good enough for the 60s. A peek under the hood of this 1975 Ford Bronco reveals a powertrain that suits modern standards of performance. Powering this classic is a reported 351ci V8 powertrain that just looks like it’s ready to tear up the street at the blip of the throttle. Looking at the engine bay and you would note some upgrades done to the engine which include upgraded Ford Racing valve covers, MSD ignition and upgraded cooling to ensure everything doesn’t blow up. A quick peek underneath showcases modifications to make this a classic that can hit off road trails as well. Power is sent to the vehicle’s wheels through an automatic transmission.
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