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    Price: $16,000.00

    Eric A

    • Year:1972
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 302 v8

    Drivetrain : 35 pro comp

    Transmission : 5 speed manual

    VIN : no info

    Purpose Built and ready to go.
    Have plenty of pics to show but website wont let me upload, will retry on a different pc

    Body
    Duplicolor Metallic Black
    Duplicolor Bright Red
    Duplicolor Medium Metallic Grey
    Duplicolor Clear Coat
    Durabak Dark Grey Bedliner
    Duplicolor Truck Bed Coating on the dash, roll cage, and rear bumper.

    The inner fenders were replaced with fiberglass units.

    The fender flares are Warflares from Wild Horses.

    The rear bumper was made by RajinCajin on www.classicbroncos.com

    1” body lift from Wild Horses

    Interior
    The dash and gauges are all stock. Some of the switches were replaced with stock units from Wild Horses.

    The knobs were made by DukeNukem on www.classicbroncos.com

    The CD player was purchased from Best Buy. The wires that are running into the rear of the cab are designated for the Front speakers. The Rear speaker wires are under the dash just below the CD player. They should be labeled. I think they are either gray or green.

    The roll cage is a Smittybuilt 6 pt. cage.

    The seats are from a 2002 Explorer Sport Trac. They are mounted to the original seat tracks off of the original seats.

    The windshield is secured to the windshield using a turnbuckle from the hardware store.

    The soft grab handles are from Wild Horses.

    Carbon Fiber/Leather steering wheel from Tom’s Bronco Parts

    Replacement power steering steering column with a deleted shift collar

    Engine
    Rebuilt by the Napa machine shop
    Overbored 0.030
    Rebuilt with a Melling RV cam
    New oil pump
    All new gaskets
    3-angle valve job
    new water pump
    new double roller timing chain
    Edelbrock RPM Performer Intake
    Rochester Quadrajet Carburetor with a Stage 1 Tune from BC Broncos
    Ford Racing air cleaner from Summit Racing

    Exhaust
    Long tube headers from Wild Horses
    2 ¼” lead tubes into a custom 2 x 2 ¼” X 3” collector
    3” center by 3” offset Flowmaster Super 40 Delta Flow Muffler from Summit Racing
    3” mandrel bent aluminized steel tailpipe from Summit Racing

    Engine Auxiliaries
    Battery replacement from Walmart
    Stock alternator
    Power steering pump and bracket from a 1976 Bronco
    Stock distributor
    Changed the stock distributor points to a Pertronix II Ignitor
    Pertronix Ignitor II Flame Thrower coil
    New spark plugs
    New spark plug wires
    Stock radiator
    Radiator overflow container from a Bronco II
    New starter solenoid
    New voltage regulator

    Brakes
    Front disc brakes from a ’79 F-100
    New rotors
    New pads
    New calipers
    Rear drum brakes from a ’76 Bronco (the biggest drum brakes available-11”)
    New cylinders
    New shoes
    New adjusters
    New emergency brake cables
    Emergency brake lever moved to the floor
    Emergency brake lever from a Jeep Cherokee
    Hydroboost power brake booster from a 2002 F-350
    Hydroboost hydraulic hoses from AeroQuip

    Drivetrain
    Original front end (Dana 44)
    New wheel bearings
    New U-joints
    4.56 Yukon differential gears from Complete Off-Road
    Aussie Locker
    Ford 9” rear end from a Econoline van (31-spline, big bearing)
    Narrowed to EB width
    New wheel bearings
    4.56 Yukon differential gears from Complete Off-Road
    Detroit Locker
    New Yukon axle shafts
    Spring perches relocated to 6 degrees
    Both driveshafts with new U-joints
    NV3550 transmission from a 2002 Jeep Wrangler V-6
    NV3550 to Ford 302 adapters from Advance Adapters
    New pilot bushing
    New clutch
    New pressure plate
    New throwout bearing
    Stock Dana 20 transfer case
    T-shift twin shift adapter

    Steering
    Power steering from a ’76 Bronco
    New ball joints
    New drag link and tie rod
    New adjustable trac bar

    Suspension
    Wild Horses 3” suspension lift
    3” Rock Crawler coils
    3” 11-pack leaf springs
    Rancho RS-9000x adjustable shocks
    Polyurethane bushings (4 degree)

    Purchase Information


    06/21/15

    $16,000.00

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