The Ford Bronco is considered a trailblazer in American motoring. Widely believed to be one of the pioneers of the modern SUV, it was Ford's first SUV when it debuted in 1966. Five generations were produced until 1996 when a 25-year hiatus would ensue. Then, the sixth generation debuted in 2021 to much fanfare and continues to this day. That's why securing an older Bronco such as this 1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition is a smart investment. The current owner tells us that it's got 40,000 original miles on it, as well as an engine rebuild. Post-rebuild, it's traveled less than 1,000 miles to get here.
This 1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition is of the top trim level, named the Eddie Bauer. Sporting a very Eighties brown paint job, this fourth-generation Bronco looks in pristine order. You'll no doubt have noted its aftermarket Fuel wheels in black and bronze. Wrapped around them is a set of Michelin Defender tires that appear to have plenty of life in them. The final exterior highlight that we absolutely must mention is the removable hardtop. Yes, you can cruise around in an open-topped fashion if you desire. The tan interior of this 1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition is a testament to its light use and careful ownership during its lifetime thus far. We observe the seats and steering wheel to be in near-pristine order, and the gauge cluster is very clean, too. Further investigation of the interior reveals amenities such as air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, and push-button actuation for the four-wheel-drive system. There are also buttons for engaging low range, as well as the automatic transmission's overdrive gear. A radio cassette player sits in the center console, waiting to play your tunes of choice. If you're wondering about cargo space, don't, as there's plenty behind the rear bench seat.
The rebuilt engine powering this 1991 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition is a 302ci (5.0L) V8, driving the wheels via a rebuilt automatic transmission with overdrive. The current owner reports that the vehicle has received new gaskets and recent servicing. We must also mention that the front wheels sport manually locking hubs, so you'll need to be aware of that should you venture off-road with this classic SUV.
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