1968 Ford Bronco By Velocity Restorations

Feb 7, 2019

Category: Rides

Typically speaking, when it comes to custom classic SUVs, builders tend to focus on the visuals quite a bit and often play it safe with the power under the hood. But Velocity Restorations gave equal attention to appearance and performance with their latest creation, a 1968 supercharged Ford Bronco.

Yes, you read that right: this sinister-looking SUV isn’t just a killer at the car park; it’s got the power to match courtesy of a 5.0-liter Coyote engine mated to a whopping 2.9-liter Whipple supercharger. Unfortunately, Velocity doesn’t have exact performance figures, but since a standard Coyote produces 435 ponies, it’s safe to assume this one packs quite a larger punch, closer to the tune of 700+ — especially when you consider its new custom exhaust system. On top of that, it also boasts a new sound system, LED lights, off-road tires, a six-point roll cage, and gorgeous premium leather upholstery.

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