Classic Ford Broncos

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Debuting all the way back in 1966, the Ford Bronco was originally introduced to keep up with competitors like the Jeep CJ and International Harvester Scout. Little did Ford (or anyone else for that matter) know that this gorgeous 2-door would go on to become an off-road icon.

Seeing that they are now decades old, it’s extremely difficult to get your hands on a pristine, early model model Bronco. Thankfully Columbus, Ohio-based Classic Ford Broncos is here to do the heavy lifting for you. Owner Bryan and his crew hand-build a small number of early model Broncos (1966-1977) each year, and sell them to fellow enthusiasts. The crew does everything from refurbishing the frame, adding new suspension, paint, wheels, tires, bumpers, wiring harness, interior, seals, emblems – you name it, they do it. They leave no stone unturned. The finished products are nothing short of impeccable. Head on over to their website to pick one out for yourself today. [Purchase]

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