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1966 Bronco

$12,500

302 HO V8
Power Steering
3-Speed Manual Trans
Dana 20 Transfer Case
Dana 30 Front Axle
9" Rear Axle

9" 
 
This '66 is your blank slate. Go stock, go coyote, go crawler or just a pavement princess. No avenue is closed on this one! Obviously there is repair to do. If you have limited skills and a tight budget, please don't attempt this one. If you already have some grease under your fingernails, a garage to work in and a couple of bucks to burn, this one could easily lead to a super cool Bronco and maybe even a new ex-wife.

There is the normal rust and plenty of missing pieces. However, some of the repair has been started and there are some new parts included. Plan on getting Christmas cards from Tom's Bronco Parts, Wildhorses and a few other parts dealers before this build is done. 

Being a '66 this one was originally a 6 cylinder. The previous owner was headed in a V8 direction and set (quite literally) an HO 302 in place. There are no engine stands currently installed, the 6 cylinder ones were removed and are included. A 3 speed transmission is also in place and was previously converted to a floor shift. We have no history on the engine or the trans.

The front axle is a Dana 30 as would be stock with a 9" out back. The Dana 20 is in place as is its T-shifter. Again, we know nothing of their condition.

The steering was converted to a power unit at some point. Steering box, hoses and pump are in place. 

Brakes are the factory drum style which will obviously need replaced with some shiny new disc units. 

The frame VIN is visible and matches the title. The data tag was removed prior to the Bronco coming into our possession. These are not the official VINs so the tags can be reproduced.



VIN: U15FL791492

 
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.