1968 Ford Bronco Parts & Accessories
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1968 Ford Bronco
1968 Ford Bronco Parts
History of the 1968 Ford Bronco Parts and Production Numbers
- 1968 was a big year for the Early Broncos, many changes we completed to get the sales back up, including the removal of the Roadster.
- The design of the steel dash was modified and painted white.
- The dash pad was redesigned and implemented around mid-year.
- A rear seat was designed for the Bronco.
- The dash knobs were changed and used until 1977.
- The defroster duct was modified into a one-piece design. There was a steering column cover revamping too.
- The door was completely redesigned for 1968.
- They went to a flat pull style door handle, a larger armrest, and a handle cup.
- The window crank handle was changed to the style used throughout the rest of the years. The position of the door lock was moved.
- The door latch and the door striker were redesigned.
- The inner door panels were painted to match the dash pad.
- The vent window handle changed to the style that would last through 1977.
- The door hinges changed from a countersunk screw on the pillar side, to bolts.
- Again the mirror underwent changes, however, this design would last throughout the reign of the Early Bronco.
- As for the safety measures, there was an option for electric windshield wipers, instead of the earlier vacuum style.
- The solvent bottle was also used.
- The master cylinder for the brakes was changed to a dual-line system, and the brake light switch was moved to the pedal.
- Reflectors were added to the fenders, quarter panels, and the tail light sections.
- The park light lenses up front were switched to clear, instead of amber.
- The headlight rings didn't have the cut-outs for access to the screws.
- The option for a swing-away tire carrier was very common.
- The VIN number was put inside the glove box door.
- The shift levers on the steering column were changed.
- The rear seat underwent some changes also.
- The Dana 30 Lock-outs were revamped to accept 2 o-rings for double protection against the elements.
- It was found that a dry element air cleaner could now be produced to be as effective as the oil bath air filter, so it was switched.
- This was the last year for the rebuildable drag link end.
- Rear mount jack used.
- A bracket was now being added to the rear of the right front wheel tub for added support.
- This was also the last year for the bolt-on windshield frame and door frames.
- There were 2,210 Pick-Ups produced.
- There were 14,419 Wagons produced.
- Allowing for 16,629 total Bronco's to be manufactured.
Customer Images of Their 1968 Bronco
1968 Ford Bronco "Gumby II" by Martin P
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1968 Ford Bronco "Ol Blue" by Walter F
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