This Minty Ford Bronco Pays Tribute To An Elite Golf Club

Aug 8, 2019

Category: Rides

In 1966, the first Ford Bronco hit the scene, competing with the likes of the Jeep CJ and International Harvester Scout. The SUV went on to become an iconic 2-door off-road icon that expert builders like Classic Ford Broncos use revamp in a variety of ways. This 1970 Ford Bronco Seminole Club By CFB is a work of art by the Ohio company, paying tribute to the elite golf club in Florida.

Restored to be better than ever, this beautiful Ford Bronco carries the CFB moniker with pride. Under the hood is a Ford Racing 5.0L Coyote engine mated to a 4R70W automatic transmission along with 3.5” Billstein suspension, allowing you to explore any terrain. The soft-top adventure ride also features a CFB custom factory roll bar, factory chrome bumpers, and finished in a minty Jupiter Blue. Slide into the Sunkissed Sand leather interior and find CFB custom baskets weave seats and a CFB custom stereo, so you can blast your favorite tunes. Although this gorgeous SUV already has an owner, you can contact CFB to produce a top-tier Bronco that will satisfy your off-road needs.

Purchase: $225,000

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