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1969 Ford Bronco Four Door

Although we absolutely love the new Bronco, we cannot forget the original 1966-77 Bronco, which remains a highly-collectible design icon. Our latest Bronco crush is this rare beauty offered at Bring a Trailer, a 1969 Ford Bronco Four Door that has been highly refurbished and modified. The car´s bodywork was lengthened and modified to fit the second row of doors before it was painted silver with black stripes. The mighty SUV is powered by a a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 paired with a 6R80 six-speed automatic transmission and a 9-inch rear end with a 3.50:1 Detroit Truetrac limited-slip differential. Features include a Dana 20 dual-range transfer case, a 3.50:1 front axle with a Yukon Grizzly locking differential, four-wheel disc brakes, a 3.5-inch lift kit, a dual-exit exhaust with MagnaFlow mufflers, power-folding running boards, a backup camera, LED lighting, a family-style roll cage, a push-button starter, a Vintage Air HVAC system, second and third-row folding bench seats, a locking center console, and a teakwood steering wheel mounted on a tilt steering column.

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1961 Jaguar E-Type

The Jaguar E-Type was once considered by Enzo Ferrari "the most beautiful car ever made," and we are inclined to agree. This fine specimen seen here was remarkably restored by the talented crew at E-Type UK, a company that knows almost everything there is to know about these incredible cars. They seamlessly integrate modern touches that enhance drivability, reliability and performance to today´s standards, while being ultimately respectful of the history and the cl...
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Ford GT 66 Heritage Edition

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Crooked Yamaha XS400

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