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1970 Ford Bronco, Early Bronco, Classic Bronco, convertible, 4x4,

1970 Ford Bronco Wagon

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
SubModel: Wagon
Type: Convertible
Trim: Base
Year: 1970
Mileage: 10000
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Drive type: 4x4
Interior color: Gray, Black, Red
Safety: Rollcage
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tampa, Florida, United States
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Convertible

Description for Ford Bronco 1970

1970 Ford Bronco. This is a very solid truck and is a blast to drive! Turns heads everywhere it goes! With the engine upgrades this is a beast, robably in the 330 - 350 hp range and with the cam and exhaust it sounds mean! I'm listing this Bronco for the owner, t was brought to me in need of improvements to make it a reliable fun truck. While we were going through it we decided to make some performance upgrades as well as clean up the overall appearance of it. This is not the Bronco for you if you don't want to be the center of attention, 've had people nearly run me off the road trying to ask me if it's for sale! In fact I get asked almost every time I take it out for a drive if it's for sale...and up until now it hasn't been.This Bronco in the last couple of months has been completely gone through, verything works...upgrades and improvements consist of:
New:Trickflow's stage 1 camshaftValve springs to match the camshaft requirementsHEI distributor625 Street Demon Carburetor with composite housingEdelbrock Performer RPM Airgap intake manifoldEdelbrock Timing chainEdelbrock air cleanerFelpro engine gasket setFord Racing 8.8 plug wire setSpectre aluminum valve coversSanderson Shorty Ceramic HeadersSweet Thunder Exhaust systemE-Z 21 Circuit wiring harnessWhite face glowing gauge insertsFront and rear vinyl seats with matching center consoleGrant steering wheelShifter column eliminator Trail Edition Gear Banger short-throw shifterWild Horses 4x4 3.5 inch lift kit with Rancho 9000 adjustable shocksMickey Thompson 33x12.5 Baja MTZ RadialsMickey Thompson 15x10 Classic Baja Lock wheelsJVC StereoPolk Audio 6x9 rear speakersMr. gasket electric fuel pump with return line style pressure regulatorIgnition switchWiper switchFuel cutoff switchTurn signal camFront and rear extended length drive shaftsFront and rear bumpersOptima BatteryRigid Ridge Tire coverCustom made filler panels between the body and bumpers front and rear
Some items that were replaced or upgraded about 10,000 miles ago:Red paint'97 Ford Explorer motor with GT40P headsHigh output alternatorNP 435 4 speed with granny low gear'76 Dana 44 axle with disc brakesHydroboost power braking unitYoko 4.56 gears front and backMoser 31 spline chromemoly rear axlesARB air locker in rearFront end bushingsSpicer axle jointsMile Marker Supreme Lockout hubsRock skisSpeedliner coating on lower half of bodyTransfer case was rebuilt
I've taken this Bronco to local car meets and it draws a crowd, verything has been done on this truck...just buy and drive! This Bronco is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end this auction if it sells.I'll be posting up a couple of videos to show a walk-around as well as a driving video in the next day or two so check back and if you have any questions feel free to ask.
On Jul-20-15 at 20:19:27 PDT, eller added the following information:

Here are a few videos of the Bronco:


Driving: Please bare with the audio as it cuts in and out when it gets windy in the cab...

and crawling in low gear, he water temp is sitting at about 175 degrees and the actual gearing on the 435 is 6.69:1...if you were to put the transfer-case in 4-low(2.46:1) and the axles being 4.56:1 it would be crawling along with a crawl ratio of 75.05:1...not too bad! :

Just a note about the alt gauge...since the Bronco was switched to a one-wire alternator the stock alt-meter cannot be hooked up to work. The only con I can say about this other than that is that the previous owner had new floor boards installed over the existing ones, t doesn't look bad and unless you crawl under the truck and have them pointed out to you...you would never know it, just wanted you to know before you bid so that you can bid with confidence.

On Jul-21-15 at 12:47:29 PDT, eller added the following information:

I also fail to mention that it has a four-core radiator from Jeff's Bronco Graveyard that keeps it running really cool at about 175 degrees in traffic,occasionallyI'll see it go up to 180 which is what the new thermostat is rated to open at.

On Jul-21-15 at 20:20:33 PDT, eller added the following information:

Just wanted to add another video of the Bronco as it drives past:

On Jul-24-15 at 14:27:23 PDT, eller added the following information:

On Thursday the 23rd we took the Bronco down to Quaker Steak & Lube in St. Pete and they were very impressed with it so they put it on the center stage for the weekly car show...it won a trophy! I've added a couple pictures of it there to the listing.