Velocity Restorations Will Build The Custom Ford Bronco Of Your Dreams

May 1, 2019

Category: Rides

For a long time now, we’ve ogled the bespoke Ford Broncos that Velocity Restorations has built for their customers, but have always been too gun-shy to pull the trigger. But now that they’ve opened up a series of transparent set-price builds, we’re finding it extremely hard to avoid ordering one for ourselves.

Available in three different editions — Mountain, Lake, and Beach — this is the easiest and most honest way to get behind the wheel of a custom Ford Bronco without any shady salespeople or hidden costs. And the builds are all stupendous, boasting either Ford 302 or Coyote 5.0L V8 engines, revamped and lifted off-road ready suspensions, completely redone and updated interiors (including Bluetooth stereo connectivity), 4-point roll cages, power steering, and a good deal more. If you’ve been waiting for a sign that it’s time to get the classic SUV of your dreams, this is it. Respectively, they’re priced at $169k, $209k, and $239k.

Purchase: $169,000+

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