Auction Block: 1967 Ford Bronco Half Cab

Apr 27, 2017

Category: Rides

Simple, sleek and off-road friendly, it’s a wonder why more of these Ford Bronco Sport Utility Pickups, also known as the half cab, weren’t sold during their time. In fact, this elegant build – complete with its original sales invoice and owner’s manual – is one of only 2,600 half cabs built during that year.

Now, this classic American truck is slated to hit the auction block this May. And while she’s still an original at heart, a restoration was in order the get the ride ready for sale. For instance, the 4×4 half cab features a dealer-installed roll bar for additional safety and the 170 Cl 6-cylinder engine was refreshed with new engine gaskets along with a new reproduction radiator to keep the ’67 cool while trekking around in the outdoors. The original Holly Green paint job was also retouched to give the ride that off-the-lot look, chrome bumpers add a bit of shine to the package, and a set of steel wheels wrapped in new all-terrain tires set this ’67 Bronco off in classic old-school style.

Purchase: $40,000+

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