1971 Ford Bronco “Aspen” By CFB

Mar 22, 2018

Category: Rides

With all the hype surrounding the rumored 2020 Ford Bronco, now could be a good time to stock up on a vintage model while they’re still in vogue. Take this fully restored 1971 Ford Bronco, for instance, built out in part by Ohio-based Classic Ford Broncos – aptly dubbed “Aspen.”

Under the hood here is a Coyote 5.0 engine that roars to life just like it should, a 4R70W auto transmission, and Wildwood disc brakes for superior stopping power. CFB also hooked the exterior up with a sleek Black Diamond paint job, a CFB Family Rollcage, soft top for cooler days, and some BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires. Inside, a Whisky Spice leather interior adorns the cabin that also comes complete with custom diamond stitch seats and reworked carpet flooring bound to carry with it the muddy mementos from backwoods adventuring. Available now.

Purchase: $250,000

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