When it comes to American classic trucks and SUVs, it doesn't get much cooler than the Ford Bronco. It's the perfect truck that can conquer the off-road with ease and look awesome doing it. Those in the market for an insanely clean off-roader may want to check out this sweet 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT. This bad boy is ready to conquer the road less traveled with just a quick switch into four wheel drive.
This Bronco has been meticulously restored as needed, and the attention to detail shows. Its exterior is incredibly retro sporting Ford's Free Wheelin' bright decals laid over its glossy black paint. To make those sunny day cruises even better, remove the hardtop and let the wind blow through your hair, or lack thereof. Adding to the truck's aggressive appearance is a Free Wheelin' blackout grille, polished bumpers, tinted glass, muted mirrors, and a 4-inch lift by Rough Country paired with BF Goodrich All Terrain T/As (35/12.50R15) wrapped around 15-inch polished aluminum wheels.
Stuffed inside the massive engine bay is a modified 351cui V8 engine shifted via a C6 three-speed automatic transmission that spins a 9-inch rear axle. Other mechanical highlights include a Dana 44 front axle, Sitting on a fully rebuilt chassis, there's no doubt that this Bronco has all of the reinforcement necessary to tackle any obstacle in its path. The undercarriage is so clean that you can eat off it. We recommend that you don't, but who are we to judge?
Open the doors of this vintage Bronco to reveal an immaculate interior with original, Ranger-spec upholstery. That includes the Houndstooth bucket seats up front and matching bench seat spanning the rear. Wood trim surrounds the dashboard that houses a retro AM/FM stereo and factory air conditioning. For safety, the interior is equipped by a factory roll bar. Factory power steering makes maneuvering easy, and power disc brakes up front with drum brakes out back work in conjunction to bring this bad boy to a halt.
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