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1970 Early Model Ford Bronco with LIft and Brand New Upholstery

1970 Ford Bronco

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: SUV
Year: 1970
Mileage: 49500
VIN: U15GLG81762
Color: Black
Engine: 302
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Brown
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Disk Brakes, Roll Bar, Should Seat Belts
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Holland, Ohio, United States
Extras
Power Steering, Retractable lighted entry step, Power Windows
Locking Steel Center Console Box, Rear Bench Seat, Bluetooth Sound System, New Diamond Stitched Custom Upholstery, 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Convertible
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Description for Ford Bronco 1970

This is a 1970 Ford Bronco with a lift kit and oversized wheels.
When I first purchased it, it had a number of issues with the drivetrain. I had Diversified Off-Road service the drivetrain and they replaced the clutch, resurfaced the flywheel, replaced the transmission with a rebuilt one, replaced the transfer case with a rebuilt one, installed a new driveshaft, installed new sway bars, new shifter, and installed new lockouts and bearings. I had the brakes replaced with disk brakes in the front and back. I also replaced the nerf bars with power retracting steps on the driver and passenger side. These steps are great as they retract out of sight when the doors are closed.
I purchased the Bronco with a fiberglass scoop on the hood in poor condition. I recently had a body shop remove the scoop and repair/repaint the hood. It looks really sharp now.
The engine is a V8 302 with a 3 speed manual transmission on the floor. The engine runs well. Installed a new steering column and steering wheel and linkage. New dual exhaust sounds amazing.
I completely gutted the interior including carpet, seats, door panels, side panels, steering components, all dash controls and cables and switches. Sound deadening material has been placed along the entire interior including inside the doors. New carpet and padding, new door panels and side panels. Seats turned out great. The Bronco comes with a rear seat Im leaving uninstalled in case the buyer prefers to leave it out.
A nice Pioneer stereo with bluetooth music streaming was installed with 4 new speakers. In the front are two 4" speakers installed in custom fiberglass housings in the front wheel well areas and 6x9 high quality speakers in the back seat area.
The entire dash instruments have been gone through and everything lights up and works as it should. I converted the ammeter to a voltmeter in the cluster so it still looks stock but works great. All new knobs and control cables. Wiring has been repaired/replaced where needed. New steel locking center console and seat belts. The previous owner installed power windows.
This Bronco came from Texas and the front floor boards were replaced at some point and the bed had some patches from the previous owner. The truck looks great from 5 feet but there are some items on the exterior needing attention. The seals on a couple of the windows should be replaced, but I did replace the front windshield seal already. Overall the paint is decent looking from 5 feet and looks good for a daily driver but isn't show quality.
Most of the engine and drivetrain work has been completed and without too much additional work and expense this can be turned into a very nice classic. I have purchased a few parts so far that will go with the sale of the Bronco including a tow hitch receiver.
Typically, when I sell a vehicle I price it well and describe it accurately so that the first buyer who shows up usually takes it home. As with any vehicle purchase, I recommend having the car inspected by a shop prior to purchase. Price firm. Values have been increasing rapidly on these and I have more into this one than I am selling it for.