1971 Ford Bronco Vista Blue

May 22, 2018

Category: Rides

Even after all these years, nostalgia surrounding the Ford Bronco rings true for fans of domestic vehicles across the nation. Especially with the storied First Generation – seen here in all its glory.

Not only is this ’71 Bronco an original, but the ride underwent a full restoration where practically every inch of the beast has been upgraded or restored in some manner. For instance, classic Bronco performance is delivered via a Ford 302ci V8 bored to 355ci complete with a 3-speed manual transmission and a Dana 20 transfer case. Additional mechanical and chassis upgrades include an aluminum radiator, upgraded headers, MSD Electronic Ignition, Warn premium hubs, Helm joint steering linkage, ProComp ES9000 shocks, and 15×10 Mickey Thompson Sidebiter black rims wrapped in 33×12.50×15 Goodyear Duratrac Tires. The fun doesn’t stop there either. For the interior of the Blue Vista now features new upholstery, a black vinyl floor kit, custom configured dash with autometer gauges, and an all-new stereo sound system for good measure. Available now for purchase.

Purchase: $93,900

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