1966 Ford Bronco 4-Door By Maxlider Brothers

Dec 17, 2018

Category: Rides

With Ford announcing the reintroduction of the Bronco in 2020, a number of anxious custom restomod manufacturers have taken on the challenge to bring the iconic SUV back to life. Few have done it better than the guys at Maxlider Brothers Customs, who’ve created one of the most rugged but immaculate looking Bronco’s we’ve ever seen — and this time, the legendary SUV takes a step into the realm of the obscene.

That’s right — this well endowed Ford Bronco has four doors and comes coupled with an insane 670-horsepower supercharged Roush motor. The addition of the Coyote 5.0L V8 engine pairs nicely with an upgraded six-speed transmission for a smooth ride that packs quite the punch, should you decide to unleash its dormant power off the beaten path. Alongside the vehicle’s state of the art drivetrain and amenities, the Ford features a slew of custom parts from the biggest names in the business, including Yukon Gear & Axle, Currie Industries, EPAS, Centech, MPT Custom Tunes, and Wild Horses 4×4 — all of whom have helped to outfit the baby-blue beast with the finest accessories around.

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