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1966 Ford Bronco Factory Ford A/C With Fiberglass Half Cab

1966 Ford Bronco

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: U/K
Trim: Base
Year: 1966
Mileage: 127,596
VIN: U15FL794134
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: U/K
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Casa Grande, Arizona, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning
4-Wheel Drive
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Description for Ford Bronco 1966

This is a full top U15 Bronco with an after market fiberglass half cab top. The bulkhead is from Ford and is steel. I've owned this Bronco for over ten years and have been restoring it as time permitted. It would be a lot easier describing all thats been done over the phone so send me an email and I'll either call you or send you my number. Some of the things i've done include replacing the original brake single reservoir with a later year Bronco dual reservoir with brake booster. Power brakes made a huge improvement but it is still drum brakes. The brakes a very touchy. It needs disc on the front and with the booster and master cylinder it's half way there. I added the Pertronix pointless system to the distributor. Still a stock distributor but with no points a great improvement. Coil over shocks. Tires are almost new. I changed all gear oil Transmission. transfer case. axles. The four wheel drive works great. The top is fiberglass so it's light and easy to remove and stays a lot cooler than the metal tops and quieter. Now for the A/C. When I bought the Bronco it was missing the hoses and front condenser and I never got around to replacing. The good news is that's a 1966 FORD under dash blower under the dash. Even has the Ford emblem on it. The compressor is still mounted to the engine. Just about all bushings have been changed. I had the carburetor rebuilt. I could go on but just send me your phone number. The only time I drive this is when I take the wife to the grocery store twice a month. Keeps the battery charged and the gas fresh. This truck is not a trailer queen. The paint is old with some dings but being an Arizona truck rust is not an issue. This is a solid Bronco. Yes there may be some small things that need to addressed but this Bronco has never been restored. The paint looks better in the pictures. It is also old. Whenever I drive this I always get a thumbs up and get stopped in parking lots with people who ask me questions about it. Feel free to email with any questions and yes you can come over and take a look. Be sure to use the YouTube link for more pictures. On Apr-06-15 at 20:00:47 PDT. seller added the following information:Here's The YouTube link https://youtu. be/oTJm1JTBCNk