1968 Ford Bronco by Icon 4×4

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

As if Icon’s custom built jeeps and trucks couldn’t become more desirable than they currently are, the Los Angeles, California customizer presents our personal favorite offering in their Icon Bronco.

As the name suggests, this custom beauty is based off Ford’s first generation Bronco, which is an absolute classic for automobile enthusiasts. This particular offering was designed by Icon’s Jonathon Ward in collaboration with Ford designer Camilo Pardo along with Nike. The iconic 4×4 has been equipped with Coyote 5.0 liter V8 motor pulled right from the current model Mustang GT that puts down 412 ponies through a 5 speed manual transmission. Of course what would this off road champ be without some Stoptech bakes, Eibach coilovers, Fox racing shocks, and an Atlas II four wheel drive transfer case. The exterior is stunning, covered in a Volcanic black powder coating, and don’t think Icon skimped on the new school technology as this thing is packed with LED lighting all throughout along with a keyless ignition system. Expect to spend around $200,000 soup to nuts for this bad boy. [Purchase]

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