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1969 Ford Bronco, V8 4x4

1969 Ford Bronco

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: U/K
Trim: Base
Year: 1969
Mileage: 30,800
VIN: U15GLF12705
Color: Gray
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Lawson, Missouri, United States
4-Wheel Drive, Convertible

Description for Ford Bronco 1969

I am sadly selling my 1969 Ford Bronco. I have wanted one for years and picked this one up a few months ago. Sadly it need more work than I have time to do right now. I already have to many projects. So I would rather it go to somebody else than sit in my garage. It is an original 302, hree speed truck. Of course 4x4. Hard top comes off. Somebody moved the shifter form the column to the floor. They used a kit and did it well. Personally I prefer the column but to each his own. Has a small lift. Heavy duty custom bumpers. The engine runs well and has had work done to it. It has headers, ftermarket ignition, ftermarket carb, nd aftermarket intake. Has 12,000lb winch. Tires are almost brand new I think they are 32x11inch. Has some rust. Mostly surface. Both front floor pans havebeen replaced. The rest of the floor is good. Body is not bad at all. The only real rust are the rockers which are eaten up bad. Luckily they are cheap to buy and fix. No dents to speak of. The only gauges that worksare the speedometer and aftermarket tachometer. The column wasaltered when the converted to the floor shifter so an aftermarket turn signal switch is also in place but it works well.Everything works except the horn. No radio. Nice roll bar. I just put in a larger folding rear seat but I do have the original rear seat. Front has been upgraded to three point seat belts. Drives well. I have driven it a fair amount. The longest trips being around 50 miles with no problems. The rear gas tank leaks if you fill it all the way up. But both tanks work so I just use the front tank or only keep the rear tank about halfway full. Normal leaks the engine and tranny but not excessive. The odometer has around 30,800 mileson it but how many time that has rolled over I have no idea. All in all a great project or good daily driver. I would not take it on a cross country trip. See the pics for details and ask questions. Thanks,