This $300K Custom Coyote-Powered 1974 Bronco Is Looking For A New Home

Jul 22, 2020

Category: Rides

Velocity Restorations has ushered in more than a few interesting projects over the years, but there’s no doubt that their passion lies within the creation of specialized Broncos and International Scouts. This 1974 Ford, for example, is one of the more immaculate specimens that we’ve seen in some time; and now, it’s listed for sale on Classic Cars’ website.

Like many of their righteous builds, Velocity pulled out all the stops or this early-era, frame-off Ford restoration. Its exterior is dominated by the brand’s great-looking PPG custom orange paint, which extends to the platform’s formidable 5.0 Coyote crate engine and bay. But beyond that, what’s so special? While your first inclination might be to keep this on the paved roadway at all times, it’s been outfitted with a handful of parts to give it an edge in the off-road realm. A six-speed 6R80 transmission, four-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, and retractable power steps give this lifted monster a luxurious, performance-focused feel, while a custom-upholstered leather interior, Vintage Air A/C, Dakota Digital Gauge Cluster, and Kicker Sound system help to keep the SUV as modern as possible. If you’re interested in acquiring this platform for yourself, head over to Classic Cars’ website, where it’s currently listed for $299,000.

Purchase: $299,000

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