When it comes to classic SUVs, there are only a handful of brand models that have retained any kind of prestige in the car world – like Land Rovers, Land Cruisers, Jeeps, and (of course) the Ford Bronco. Second only to Jeep (that’s a hard maybe), Broncos hold a special place in our hearts for their American heritage and still-striking good looks. Take, for instance, this first generation restomod 4WD 1968 year model that’s headed to auction.
Sure, it’s not an all-original, but those are so few and far between nowadays. Plus, this one is still about as cherry as they come – both in color and quality. You might even argue that this one has been improved upon, what with the addition of a 302 CI V8 engine under the hood mated to a Holley Street Avenger 4-barrel carburetor. It’s also got power steering and brakes, Rhino-liner under the hood and on the floorboards, Warn locking wheel hubs for the 15″ alloy wheels, and a removable white hard top with a soft top to match. Whether you’re looking for a beefy daily driver or a killer weekend beach cruiser, you can bid on this bad boy when it hits the Mecum auction in Las Vegas at the end of November.
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