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1972 Ford Bronco Early no Reserve 72

1972 Ford Bronco

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Year: 1972
Mileage: 99,999
VIN: Uponrequest
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hamilton, Montana, United States

Description for Ford Bronco 1972

1972 BroncoDual tanks. Power steering with a factory Bronco box. Dana 44 with front disc brakes and traction lock.3:50gears. 4 inch lift with radius arm drop brackets, track arm lowering bracket and new drop pitman arm. New shocks. 9 inch rear with geared locker. Six point roll cage with new padding. Toyota bucket seats. 15 X 10 inch wide aluminum rims. Front Winch bumper. Homemade rear bumper included made of rectangular tube. Also spare tire carrier and Jerry Can rack to add to it. Red top Optimum battery and a second one goes with and includes another new aluminum battery tray to mount dual batteries.
302 with approx 2500 miles since rebuild. Weiand intake, Holley carb, headers, new water pump, fuel pump, reman points distributor (EMP event resistant), Edlebrock chrome valve covers, slight lope cam, runs good.
C4 automatic with approx 500 miles since rebuild. Fresh inspection and seals. High stahl converter. Hurst ratchet shifter. Rebuilt Dana 20 T shift transfer case. Rebuilt front driveshaft.
New: paint, windshield, Bimini top, aluminum radiator, front axle shaft u-joints, front wheel bearings and seals, Warn lockout hubs, 2 1/2 inch hi-flow mufflers, solid engine mounts, parking brake cables, bed liner inside.
Trail rig. Not a show piece. Rust in front floors was patched years ago with steel overlaid. Front door posts and inner front fenders were replaced prior to paint. Some rust in other spots. Solid original fenders and doors.
No metal top. Needs minor finishing to be completely roadworthy. Some lenses, drivers window,etc. No inner door panels. Speaker holes cut in doors. Some parts go with including factory rear seat (needs redone). Tires are about 30%. I bought this 8 years ago and have picked away at it since but have other interests now. Too many projects. Clear title in hand.
With prices on early Broncos skyrocketing a decent driver will cost close to $10k. This rig has lots of new parts and nearly all the right options for a great trail rig. No reserve with a reasonable opening bid.