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1972 Ford Bronco Half Cab
Dual Fuel Tanks
It's Bronco Season! This '72 is a really fun example. The half cab is a unique feature and is quickly removed when the opportunity is there to go topless. 3" of lift puts this one high enough to comfortably use the 33" tires but not too high for parking garages or shorter passengers. It presents well but has its obvious bumps & bruises. However, it really liberates you not having to worry about a scratch or chip. Use this one as it was intended, lock in the hubs and get lost in the back country.
The body does have some of the common issues. There is rust at the toe boards and on the drivers rear quarter. The bed floor looks nice and solid. There are no obvious signs of prior accident damage. Overall, it rates better than average for an unrestored example. The paint is old with plenty of imperfections but still garners thumbs up & compliments. You could easily leave this one as is or go for a repaint.
This Bronco is currently wearing a half cab but was originally a wagon (full cab). This Bronco also comes with 'Roadster' door inserts as seen in the pics for even more open air action.
The factory parchment interior is in pretty good condition. The seat upholstery looks nice including the matching rear seat. The factory instrument cluster still functions properly as do the heater control cables.
Under the hood the 302 runs excellent. It has an upgraded camshaft, aluminum intake and 4 barrel carburetor. The engine does sound very healthy with a nice lope to the idle.
Out on the road this Bronco is comfortable. It has 3.50 gearing so highway cruising isn't an issue.
The electrical system functions properly. Wipers, lights & gauges all work properly. The charging system works correctly.
The 33" BFG Mud Terrains look to be brand new with nice, polished 15" Aluminum Rims.
For Washington State residents only, A documentary service fee in an amount up to $150 may be added to the purchase price or capitalized cost.
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