This stunning vintage 1968 Ford Bronco is in the midst of a virtual auction through All Collector Cars (ACC) auction as we speak. There is still time to register and throw in a bid for this beautiful and freshly rebuilt '68 Bronco, but hurry now because this Bronco only has 6 hours left. Completely rebuilt from top to bottom, everything on this old Bronco is brand new or has been rebuilt with top-of-the-line parts.
The body of this Bronco was stripped down to the bare metal before slathered in a stunning paint job in both red and Ford's classic Wimbledon White. Other exterior goodies include the LED headlights, Billet headlight and taillight bezels, custom gas door, chrome trim, all new glass and seals, and a chrome-dipped grille. A set of 18-inch aluminum wheels sit on all four corners and come wrapped with Toyo MT Tires (35/12.5/18).
Powering the beast is a RJM fuel-injected 351cui V8 Windsor engine and backed by a rebuilt C4 automatic transmission with a new stall converter. It also has a twin stick shifter for the four-wheel-drive. Other mechanical highlights include Edelbrock aluminum heads, Ford Motorsport Fuel injectors, Ford GT-40 tubular intake, custom grind Comp camshaft with a full roller motor conversion, and an aluminum radiator. Spark is provided by MSD ignition and distributor and thirst is quenched by Billet fuel rails, regulator, and gauge. BC Bronco ceramic headers connect to an SST Performance exhaust for additional rumble and performance. A 2.5-inch suspension lift has this vintage Bronco sitting high, and power shifts through a Ford 9-inch rear axle and Dana 44 front axle with disc brakes. All new brake hardware and lines have been added for ultimate stopping power, and a BC Broncos 23-gallon EFI fuel tank keeps thirst quenched when full.
Open the doors and peek inside to an immaculate black interior equipped with Corbeau front and rear seats. Vintage Air conditioning was installed to keep the cabin nice and comfortable. Other interior goodies consist of Classic Industries gauges, Flaming River chrome tilt steering column, and sound-deadening bed liner topped with new carpet. The factory power steering was rebuilt to ensure easy navigating and turning, and a Dana 20 transfer case helps moves all four wheels when engaged. For safety, a four-point roll cage was installed.
Only 70 miles have been clocked on the ticker since its rebuild. The current bid on this Bronco is $70,000, and the reserve has been met, so no matter what this Bronco is finding a new home. Don't hesitate to pull the trigger on this beautiful vintage Bronco.
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