1966 Ford Bronco ‘Marco Island’ By CFB

Aug 3, 2018

Category: Rides

With summer in full swing, it’s hard not to gawk at all the drop-top rides out on the road. But few, if any compare to a well-restored and modded Ford Bronco, like this ‘Marco Island’ 1966 example built by Classic Ford Broncos.

Named for an island in Florida just northwest of the Everglades, this stunning SUV is as beautiful as its namesake – thanks to a factory Lamborghini paint job and the deft hands of the resto-modders at CFB. But she’s not just a pretty face, either, as her beating heart is a monstrous 435-horsepower Coyote 5.0-liter engine. She’s also equipped with beefy mud terrain tires – perfect for off-roading, even in the swamps – and got a fully-reupholstered interior complete with Smoke Tobacco leather seating with a matching steering wheel and a brand-new high-tech stereo system. Unfortunately, Marco Island is already spoken for, though you can certainly get in touch with CFB to get your own just like it.

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