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Modified 1973 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 1973 Ford Bronco that has been highly refurbished and modified. The vintage beauty is finished in Limestone Green Metallic over a black interior and powered by a 351ci Windsor V8 engine that is paired with a three-speed automatic transmission and an Atlas dual-range transfer case. Aftermarket steel bumpers were also added, along with a fiberglass hood, power steering and brakes, a suspension lift, an air compressor and tank, a Mile Marker winch, a black bikini top, plus a swing-away rear tire and jerry can carriers. Inside you will find beautiful front bucket seats and a rear bench upholstered in black vinyl, a body-color dashboard, a Tuffy center console, a bolt-in roll cage, a heater, an AM radio, a twin-stick transfer-case shifter, and aftermarket four-spoke steering. Currently for grabs over at Bring a Trailer.

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