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Some of the work done to the Bronco listed below. $15,000 located in Snohomish WA. No trades, will ship (see below) and not interested in low ball offers. I work long days with an always changing schedule so it may take me a day or two to get back to you. If you want to talk just email me firstname.lastname@example.org or email me a phone number and I will give you a call.
• Mass air fuel injected 5L high output full roller motor from a 1993 Thunderbird with 87,000 miles total 79k before it was pulled and 8k after installed in the Bronco. Motor runs strong, has air pump eliminator, EGR blocked off, IAB adjuster (adjust idle without dealing with the other sensors). Aluminum radiator with electric fan in aluminum shroud.
• T-18 4 speed, 6.32 : 1 first gear and 1 : 1 fourth gear with custom matched balanced flywheel allowing the use of a larger clutch that was used on the 302 but not the 5L.
• Advanced adapter to T-shift Dana 20 2.46 : 1 low range and 1 : 1 high that was recently rebuilt and twin stick shifters were added allowing front wheel drive high or low as well as rear wheel drive high or low and four wheel drive high or low.
• Final reduction 71 : 1 low range.
• Dana 60 rear -- shaved for more ground clearance with custom cover to eliminate the potential of the cover peeling open. 456 Dana Spicer gears, Timken bearings, ARB air locker, 35 splined Moser engineering 9" axles, and disc brakes.
• Dana 44 front -- 456 Dana Spicer gears, Timken bearing, lock rite, warn hubs, wristed radius arm, raised track bar mount. Non graspable Spicer 760 joints with the caps welded to the axles.
• Front BC Broncos 3.5" lift coils, 1 1/2" shock hoops, raised track bar, Bilstine shocks, offset urethane bayonet and degreed "C" bushings. The bushing adjust the caster for the lift and put the suspension in a neutral position and ride height instead of starting in a bind allowing the suspension to move easier.
• Rear three link, KbarS coils, a combination of pivot similar to Land Rover D90, Johnny joints and urethane bushings. Lower links are 1 1/2" .25 wall DOM tubing, upper is .120 wall HREW and dual Rancho 9012 shocks.
• Tie rod moved on top of the steering knuckle for clearance, threaded 1 ton tie rod (correct LH and RH 7/8-18 so it is adjustable) and drag link (1.25" 1/4" wall DOM tubing threaded vs welded inserts)
• Saginaw power steering pump with increased flow to eliminate the "Ford pump whine".
• 36x12.5x15 TSL Radial Swampers, hand siped with tons of tread left including a well-worn spare on a mismatched wheel.
• 4 wheel disc brakes.
• Factory Ford 79 F-150 Disc front
• Cadillac rear calipers with provision for e-brake that is not hooked up.
• Hydro boost, uses the power steering pump to assist instead of vacuum, gives a more consistent pedal and greater stopping power.
• Larger master cylinder.
• Saginaw pump with increased flow for hydro boost.
• NWMP 20 gallon tank with heavy duty skid plate.
• Rear mounted electric pusher pump to eliminate starving the forward pump.
• Forward mounted high pressure pump.
• Inertia switch that is visible and accessible from the driver's seat.
• York air condition pump converted to on board air pump, with tank running 140PSI to fill tires, run tools or reset tire beads
• Separate pressure reduced air circuit, filtered with separate condensation trap for ARB, ensuring proper operation and clean dry air to preserve the seals.
• Optima battery.
• Stinger mounted "off-road" driving lights.
• Front "rock lights" that need to be wired in.
• 2 Ammo cans mounted on the rear fenders for storage.
• Harbor freight winch front mounted with remote and hardwired dash controls for driver seat operation (Warn stickers on the winch but it is a Harbor freight).
• Rear storage bin.
• Custom dash with Mooneyes gauges and Grant steering wheel.
• Custom cage.
• Racing seats with 3 point seat belts mounted to the cage.
• Interior mounted, hard wired winch controls.
• Cage mounted CB not putting out a strong siginal.
• Solid tub, no major rust garage parked for the last 20 years and stored in a carport for about 15 before that.
• BCBroncos ¼ panel protectors, 3/16 steel contoured to fit and protect the rear corner and tail light.
• Bobbed front and rear lower fender corners.
• Rockers were removed and replaced with rectangular tubing for rock sliders.
• Heavy duty front bumper with stinger.
• Heavy duty rear bumper with through welded pull point that is directly mounted to the frame.
• Quick release removable doors.
• Cracked windshield (not in drivers view)
• Upper frames unbolt from the doors.
• Custom half cab that was built from original hardtop, not appearance finished on the top or inside but 100% functional.
• Rear cage can be unbolted to remove the half cab.
• Cage was built to accommodate a factory hard top (I do not have a hard top).
• Full soft top without windows (they zip out and I do not have them). There may be a couple small tears in the top that would be an easy fix. The soft top framework that may need some work as it was for a different manufacturers top but I fit it once and it was a good enough fit for me.
• Includes 2 bikini tops
• Tailgate has some small rust bubbling on the outer lower panel (worst rust on the Bronco), this is common in the early Broncos and there are inexpensive repair panels available if it's something you want to address.
• Both front fenders are aftermarket.
• Paint is Rustoleum from a can on front fenders and, done in place for touch up / color match on the rest.
• Floor pans were replace by the previous owner, not the best finish but they have been working for 20 years.
• Hood is early James Duff fiberglass with custom painted black skull with a few "ghost" skulls as well. I will keep the hood and knock off $100 if you do not want the hood or paint it to match if you want that (deposit needed before I paint).
• I will ship to the US if paid in full and the funds are 100% cleared to my satisfaction
I have owned this for about 20 years and I have been driving the Bronco less and less as the years go on. Bronco was garage built by myself, friends and family and there are a few small fluid weeps but nothing major. I recently had back surgery so my intentions of pulling the body off and doing a restoration are fading. If this does not sell for a price I am comfortable with I will keep it and tear into restoring it in a few years when I am able, if you are looking for a Bronco then you know these are gaining in value. I want this to go to someone who will enjoy it instead of just letting it sit like I have started to do.