Though typically associated with beach cruising or light off-roading, the Ford Bronco is actually one of the most versatile classic SUVs around — capable of comfortably tackling just about any terrain and/or environments. And Classic Ford Broncos puts that versatility on full display with their mountain-inspired ‘Alta’ 1973 build.
What started as a silver mining town, Alta Utah is considered by many to be the epicenter of Utah’s historical ski culture. And this gorgeous 4×4 fits right in with its ‘Boxwood Green’ exterior, ‘Whiskey Spice’ all-leather interior, and pure mechanical prowess. You see, this restomod Bronco actually houses a Ford Racing Coyote 5.0L V8 engine, a 3.5″ Billstein suspension, Borgeson power steering, Wildwood disc brakes, and so much more. It also boasts a soft top, an in-house manufactured roll cage, and even a custom stereo system. Best of all, it has just 300 miles on the odometer. While we have to admit that the soft top doesn’t bode well in a blizzard, those sunny days on the slopes pare perfectly with this $225,000 build.
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