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1977 Ford Bronco ‘Dallas’ By CFB

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Jan 11, 2018

Category: Rides

Folks have been known to perform some pretty heinous builds on classic cars that end up far from classy, and Bryan from Classic Ford Broncos knows this all too well. Classic and classy are not always one in the same, but CFB’s 1977 Ford Bronco ‘Dallas’ is one classic truck that has no problem keeping it classy.

Balancing this build as both simple and elegant, the Dallas resto mod Bronco is not overly flashy at first glance, though the fresh Quicksand body paint color and faux gatorskin interior trim hint that there is more than meets the eye on this build. Under the hood is a Ford 5.0-Liter Coyote V8 that required an updated electrical system to connect the vintage rig to the modern power plant. As with all builds from CFB, this particular example also received a thorough revamp of the original chassis, modern disc brake package, and fully functional suspension modifications. All in all, this build is a off-road ready classic Bronco with style for miles.

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