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1970 Ford Bronco - D44 front, Lifted, 351, 3 speed, new 35 inch tires and wheels

1970 Ford Bronco

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Year: 1970
VIN: u15glh78463
Item location: Rogersville, Missouri, United States
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Please ask questions before clicking buy it now. I had a guy buy this two minutes after I posted it today because he "didn't want it to get away before he asked questions". That is not how this works, licking buy it now is a commitment and it cost me time and money. I am an easy guy to deal with, f you have questions pick up the phone and call. Thank you.
7/17 - I am disabling the best offer feature through ebay do to the very large number of low ball offers. This Bronco is priced fairly and Bronco's that aren't in near as good of condition have been bringing more than my buy it now. I purchased this Bronco for more than I should have back in 2007 because it was straight. I then spent over $4000 on the lift, 44 front end and wheels and tires. If it doesn't sell I have no problems keeping it.
1970 Ford Bronco
I can be reached by phone at 417-299-2476
351W, speed manual transmission
Fiberglass body that will never rust4 inch rancho suspension lift35 inch mud tire and wheels with less than 2000 milesD44 front end with spool9 inch rear with lockerWarn winch front bumperRoll Cage
I have owned this Bronco since 2007 and I have a clean and clear Iowa title for it. I used to drive it around town, ut moved further out and it has been sitting in my climate controlled shop for the last 5 years. I am in the process of moving and my new home only has a 3 car garage so some of the toys have to go. This Bronco would make a weekend toy or with a little work you could have a decent driver for a lot less than what others are going for.
I have owned several of these Bronco's and I bought this one because it was pretty straight and had very minimal rust. I won't say rust free, ecause it is a 35 year old car, owever, here is very little rust on the Bronco with none of the usual problem spots.
The bronco runs and drives, ut is a little squirrelly on the road, ost of the front end is new and I think a steering stablizer would fix it. I drove it as is, ut it would need checked out before driving on the road. The D44 and suspension lift were put on in 2009, he Rancho lift was new and the D44 was rebuilt at that time. The original motor was swapped for a 351W, his is a pretty hot motor and truthfully a little much for this short wheel base Bronco. It runs very well and is very streetable, ut I would think twice before turning my kid loose in it. The previous owner did the motor swap and was planning on making a full fledged rock crawler out of the Bronco. I stumbled upon it and because of the straight body and minimal rust I was able to save it before he took it out on the trails. He did however move the radiator to the back and replace the factory gas tank with a cheap plastic tank in the bed.
The tires are 35 inch pro comp mud terrains on procomp wheels. I bought these new when the lift was put on in 2009 for around $2000. They have only been driven on the road and have very few miles on them.
I have a factory rear bench seat in good condition and the stock divider that goes behind the rear seat
The bad:The body has normal bumps and dings and is not perfect. Seats are out of who knows what and although comfortable, was going to replace them. The radiator and fuel cell in the back are very crudely done, hey work, ut if it was me I would put the radiator back up front and buy a nice $200 fuel cell here on eBay.