1966 Ford Bronco ‘Warrior’

Feb 15, 2017

Category: Rides

Every once in a while we come across an auto shop as cool as, if not cooler than, the cars they put out. Gateway Bronco is one of those shops. Just take a look at the story behind this 1966 Ford Bronco ‘Warrior’ and you’ll see what we mean.

The company is run by “Barn find specialists” who pride themselves in their ability to find classic 1966 and 1977 Broncos, purchase them, and refurbish them for modern use. With their 30,000 square foot shop located in Hamel, Illinois, they completely restore these moving pieces of Americana to their original glory using a frame-off production line process. This particular Bronco from Gateway was given a special treatment after being scrounged up and saved from obscurity. Original suspension was replaced with Coyote 302 4-link, while the brakes were switched out for a set from Wilwood, and the interior was given a full custom leather interior complete with heated seats. Prices start at $160,000. [Purchase]

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