This Refurbished Restomod V8 Ford Bronco Fuelie Could Be Yours

Jul 16, 2019

Category: Rides

Over six decades ago, the Ford Bronco hit the scene to compete with the likes of other compact SUVs, and it still stands today as one of the classic American adventure rides. Many companies are in love with restoring and updating this vintage vehicle, and one of the best to do it is Gateway Bronco. What you see here is a 1972 Ford Bronco Restomod Fuelie By Gateway Bronco that is we’re in awe of, especially since it’s for sale.

The restoration masters at Gateway Bronco in Hamel, Illinois completely refurbished this ride, which is immaculate with the highest grade PPG paint finish offered. Roaring under the hood is a Ford 347 Stroker engine with an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic. It also features full power windows, Wilwood power brakes with hydra boost, Bilstein shocks, a bikini top, hardtop, and genuine Porsche leather and suede inserts for a dash of luxury style. The price tag of the fully refurbished SUV is only available to members, so register now if you want a to get behind the wheel of this upgraded American classic.

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