VIN:

U15GLG75926

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Overview

Originally sold in Tennessee, this 1970 Ford Bronco was recently restored by the current owner. Acquired in Georgia in non-running condition, this Bronco was largely rust-free with the only problem areas located in the floor pans. The truck then received new floor pans along with new interior, exterior, and mechanical components during a three-year frame-on restoration by the seller, his third Bronco restoration in recent years. Additional maintenance performed in late 2019 includes valve seals, water pump, and all fluids. An extended parts list is featured below. Now offered on consignment through Exotic Car Trader, this 1970 Ford Bronco comes with a clean Massachusetts title, a clean Carfax, restoration documentation, and a full Marti Report detailing the truck’s origins.

Exterior/Interior

With its satin black body and gloss black hood and hardtop, this 1970 Ford Bronco wears 302 badging on the front fenders and new black bumpers front and rear. New light lenses were added, and manual locking hubs are visible at the front. New weather seals were added throughout along with new wheels and Firestone Destination A/T tires. Inside, this Bronco is equipped with a new dash cap, new seats with lap and shoulder belts, and a metal center console with cupholders. The 3-speed manual transmission is shifted on the floor. Original patina was preserved throughout the cabin, most notably the brightwork, switches, and steering wheel rim. A new headliner was added to the removable hard top along with a drop-in roll cage painted to match the orange dashboard and door jambs. The new OEM-style gauges reflect 67,097 original miles at the time of consignment.

Engine

Under the hood, this 1970 Ford Bronco sports a 302 V8 equipped with power steering, full dual exhaust with headers, and a 4-barrel carburetor with matching manifold. Recent maintenance includes valve seals, spark plugs and wires, water pump, and all fluids. A new wiring harness was added during the restoration along with major suspension, braking, and fuel system components listed below.

At a Glance: 1970 Ford Bronco

Far from over-restored, you could use this Bronco for truck things without feeling dirty.

 

Exterior –

Satin black with gloss hood and top

Twist lock front hubs

New floor pans

New hood

New fender flares

New wheels

New Firestone Destination A/T tires

New windshield

New bumpers

New lenses

New seals

 

Interior –

Rhino lined floors

New seats

New roll cage

New dash pad

New horn ring

New gauges

New door internals

New center console with cupholders

New headliner

New floor mats

 

Driveline  –

302 V8 + floor-shifted 3-speed manual transmission

Power steering

Fresh fluids

New wiring harness

New 4-barrel carb and manifold

New plugs and wires

New valve seals

New water pump

New alternator

New starter

New headers and dual exhaust

New radiator, shroud, hoses, and fan

New tie rods

New ball joints

New control arms

New shocks

New brakes and lines

New fuel tank and lines

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