Bronco Graveyard Broncos » 1991 Silver Anniversary

The 1991 silver anniversary bronco was built in October 1991 the Michigan truck plant. The bronco was deviled to Barney Goldfield ford mercury in waterloo Illinois. A man from Springfield, Illinois purchased it and he owned the bronco for 8 years. The bronco was sold and ended up in Lewiston, Idaho area. According to maintenance records it stayed in Idaho to spring of 2008, Jeff purchased the bronco from Mike Shash of Ramsey New Jersey in June 2008. The currant red bronco is all original including factory Goodyear tires. With just over 26,000 miles on it the bronco is in near showroom condition. Looking under the bronco one can tell the vehicle was not driven in the Midwest winters. The silver anniversary package included matching currant red roof and bumper and body side molding. The interior included red leather striped seats and red carpeting, Special emblems on front fenders and rear cab pillar. While on the inside embroidery seats and floor mats. The bronco is a fully optioned vehicle the only other options available after the 25th anniversary package were the 351-W engine, block heater, triner tow package and limited slop rear axle. Jeff also received all maintenance records and a 25th anniversary leather jacket with matching leather travel bags.