1966 Ford Bronco By Maxlider Brothers Customs

Oct 29, 2018

Category: Rides

Classic is always cool, which is why the 1966 Ford Bronco by Maxlider Brothers Customs is stealing the spotlight from Ford’s crossover concepts at SEMA. This immaculate restomod highlights United Pacific Industries’ beautiful replica body panels for the 1966 to 1977 Ford Broncos.

Although this Bronco keeps its vintage image, it’s packing custom suspension with Fox coil over shocks along with Graveyard bumpers, extended fender flares, and power running boards. There are also sequential LED taillights with burly 33-inch BF Goodrich KM2 tires with Wildwood disc brakes. At the heart of the retro ride is a 5.0-liter V8 engine sourced from Ford Performance and a BC Broncos Coyote kit complete with new engine mounts, an upgraded cooling system, and a brand new exhaust. Maxlider Brothers Customs rounds out the vehicle with a 4R70W transmission, Currie axle housings, and nice modern automotive upgrades in the cabin such as air conditioning and Bluetooth connectivity. This pristine Bronco is set to debut later this month.

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