Gotta let her go, drivetrain is hit, u-joint for sure, and something else. Either transfer case or rear end, I think it's the transfer case due to leaking fluid, but that may be from me limping home because I refused to let her die on the side of the road. Drove this truck daily for 10 years, parked it in the garage 2.5 yrs ago until called back into service a few weeks ago. 134,000 miles replaced too much stuff to mention here, rear springs and brackets are most notable recent fixes, have receipts for pretty much everything. Usual Bronco rust, see pics... rear window works with interior switch, only goes down with outer key-switch. Truck sits high, quad shocks in front are not factory, but were added by previous owner, but they work as intended, to "keep the Bronco from bucking" Would make a great restoration candidate, or even a quality plow truck. Hoping to find someone who values these trucks and wants to keep them on the road. Metro Detroit area. Make me an offer.
Comments: Added interior pics as requested, all carpet/trim is intact, just dirty, same with seats, driver seat is showing a bit of wear. Rear bench has rarely been used, just needs a shampoo. Cargo area too, all intact just needs a good cleaning. The dashboard was fixed also, those plastic mounts "ears" on the sub assembly of the dashboard that tend to break.