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    Mark F

    • Year:1977
    • Make:Ford
    • Model:Bronco

    Engine : 302

    Drivetrain : C-4 Auto

    Transmission : no info

    VIN : no info

    I bought this EB a couple of years ago and spent several months doing a body on restoration. Any rust was removed and panels replaced or new metal welded in.

    The drivetrain is basically stock except for a 2.5" suspension lift, 1" body lift, and dual exhaust (Flowmaster). It has a rebuilt c-4 auto with maybe a couple thousand miles on it. It runs great and hasn’t given me any trouble, but I don’t know how many actual miles are on it. It does smoke a little at startup once in a while, but clears up after that. All the gauges, dome lights, wipers, heat, etc. work fine. I have the front drive shaft, but never put it back in, might need to be lengthened.

    It has all new trim and emblems, new windshield, rebuilt wing windows, new seat covers, custom center console, Tom’s steering wheel, new 33x15 Cooper STT’s on 15x10 MT classic locks, Tom’s twin sticks, new interior door panels, new doors seals, Rhino lined in cab and bed, and a bunch of other little items. The side windows do have some sandblast etching in a couple of spots from the previous owner, but not too bad. The rear window has some minor scratches on it, but again not bad. Front and rear windows have new seals, and the side ones have new felt.

    If things get tight this winter the price may come down, but for now I'm only interested in selling it if I can get most of my money out of it, minus labor. I have almost all of the receipts. I would consider trading for a cheaper Bronco plus cash, but I'd like to get at least $10,000 with any trade.

    Email ( or cell (815)791-0967 is the best way to contact me.


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    Reviewed by: Bill C 02/08/11 07:56PM

    WOW very nice, how rare are these models?

    Reviewed by: Mark F 02/08/11 08:23PM

    Good rust free ones (custom or stock) are not exactly a dime a dozen, but not really rare either. Thanks to vendors like JBG and others, parts are plentiful, which makes restorations much easier. Solid bone stock unrestored models are a different story... they are getting pretty darn rare.

    Reviewed by: Mark F 05/20/11 07:24PM

    Thanks Travis, I made the console, then had it upholstered. It's just plywood, and the cup holder part is actually made from an old aluminum road sign. I'm kind of bummed out... the Bronco was just sold. It's headed to Utah now. I didn't want to let it go, but the selling price was too good to pass up.