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1969 Ford Bronco

While we wait anxiously for the debut of the 2020 Ford Bronco (next week!), we´ll keep drooling over the vintage version of the iconic 4x4. This stunning 1969 Ford Bronco has been through a comprehensive restoration to better-than-new condition, and is now available for grabs! Considerable time, effort and money were invested into the nut-and-bolt restoration that features a rebuilt 302 CI V-8 engine, power disc brakes on all four corners, and significantly uprated suspension including dual shocks front and rear. Careful consideration was also taken when choosing the color, and the body was finished in a gorgeous Porsche Ice Green Metallic with a touch of pearl added to the blend. It was also fitted with a pair of dual fuel tanks, along with a series of subtle modern touches like LED headlamps, an original look radio with Bluetooth connectivity, new gauges and switches, and billet aluminum tail lamp trim. The vehicle now rides on BF Goodrich All Terrain tires mounted to black steel wheels with rally-style center caps. Click the link for full specs on this stunning build.

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1966 Ferrari 275 GTB

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