Super Desirable 'Ranger' Edition
351 Windsor 4-Barrel
Power Front Disc Brakes
Brand New 32 x 11.50 x 15 BF Goodrich T/A's
Brand New US Mags Indy 15 x 8 Wheels
Obviously the Bronco market is on fire right now with absolutely no signs of cooling down. With prices commonly starting in the $50's for a driver, finding something that will even hold paint up is hard to find under $40k. This one is in that happy place where it is a good driver that you can look great on the road and still enjoy on a camping trip.
This Bronco takes a B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L picture. You have to work to find a bad angle. If the camera had a checkbook, it would be cruizing down the road right now. However, this one is not quite as beautiful as 'Camera' would have you believe. There are paint checks, dings, touch ups and other minor maladies. This is the quintessential 20 footer.
The body is solid, see the pics. There is some of the usual rust issues found on the breed, nothing fatal or life threatening. Keep this one warm & dry and you can let your heirs worry about them.
Inside, the original seat upholstery is showing its age. It's almost a badge of honor like worn in jeans because its really isn't bothersome in person, kind of like interior patina. However, if you wish to replace or restore it there are avenues to do so. The hard to find parts are here including the factory seat frames, instrument cluster, door panels, etc. The headliner is the lone 'new' piece and looks great.
Under the hood lives a torque-rich 351 Windsor V8. Churning out double the horsepower the original 302 did you will never miss the old motor. The 351 has power right off idle & pulls hills without needing to downshift. The C4 Automatic Transmission was just rebuilt and has less than 100 miles on a full rebuild with a shift kit and new torque converter. The combo really works nice together. Plenty of power around town and enough gearing to make highway drives comfortably.
Option wise, this Bronco is well endowed. Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes and an Automatic. Pretty much the 'Bronco Trifecta'. The steering is easy and the brakes quite competent. The automatic makes things easier and more enjoyable for drivers of all experience.
Rolling stock consists of 15x8 US Mags Indy wheels wrapped with 32x11.50 BF Goodrich All Terrain T/A's KO II's. These are very nice driving tires that work excellent off road too, they are original equipment of the Ford Raptor F150.
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.