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1971 Ford Bronco

Although we absolutely love the new 2021 Bronco, we cannot forget the original 1966-77 Bronco, which remains a highly-collectible design icon. Our latest Bronco crush is this beauty offered at Bring a Trailer, a 1971 Ford Bronco that has been highly refurbished and modified. It was repainted in a gorgeous dark green, and fitted with a fuel-injected 302ci V8 engine, a James Duff 3.5" lift kit, a powder-coated roll cage, Raceline 17" wheels, a dual exhaust system, four-wheel disc brakes, LED exterior lighting, dual fuel tanks, high-back black leather seats, and a retro-style AM/FM radio with Bluetooth. Also included is a removable hardtop. Watch the walk around video below



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