1968 Ford Bronco ‘Sea Breeze’

Feb 18, 2019

Category: Rides

Most folks know that the Ford Bronco is one of the most capable classic SUVs ever built. But people don’t always herald it for its versatility. And that’s a shame because, while it’s clearly a superb off-roader, it also functions wonderfully as a daily driver and can even be transformed into the ultimate beach cruiser. The latter is the case with this 1968 Bronco that’s up for sale.

Done up in a gorgeous shade of teal with a black interior, this Bronco boasts a classic 351 Windsor engine under the hood — though it’s unclear whether it’s the two- or four-barrel carburetor option. In either case, along with the roll cage, it’s still plenty good for a jaunt across your favorite terrain, however rough that might be. Though it may be better suited to warm weather locales, due to its pickup-style tail end and topless, no-door cabin. Best of all, she can be picked up on the cheap, as she’s priced at just $29,995.

Purchase: $29,900

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