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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-16-2018, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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Just wanted to start a thread for any used classic Bronco ads that find worth sharing. It looks like since Ford confirmed the new model that interest in the previous gen models has increased. Just came across this very clean 1980 Bronco, that's going for $15,995. It only has 27000 miles since it was rebuilt and its got a bright red interior. 1980 Ford Bronco
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post #2 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-16-2018, 09:30 AM
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Hard to beat this ad, especially with a handsome mascot. This was on instagram so prices weren't released, but with how well kept they are I can assume each one will cost you a pretty penny. Probably in excess of $20,000.
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post #3 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-17-2018, 09:24 AM
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Came across this awesome 1970 Bronco, which features an engine swap. Its running a 302 cubic inch V8, which sends power to all four wheels by the original toploader 4 speed manual transmission and transfer case, both of which were rebuilt. Its also got a 3.5 inch lift kit, a Dana 44 front axle and monster BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires.
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This 1975 Bronco is currently up for auction on Bringatrailer.com, as its a special edition model for the Denver Broncos. So far its received a total of seven bids, with the highest just going over $50k. The auction ends today, so I guess we'll see how much it ends up going for.
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Fullsize Bronco prices have been soaring since the first gen's started to rise. I just sold my 94 Eddie Bauer with 64k miles for $20k. I'm a huge fullsize guy. Check out my Bronco YouTube channel to see new and old. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnB..._as=subscriber






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1969 Bronco that's also up for grabs on the Bring a Trailer auction website. This pristine model is powered by a fuel injected 5.0 liter V8 from a late 1980's Mustang, that's matted to a 5 speed manual gearbox. It's got a whole host of upgrades including a fiberglass body in Kubota Orange, a 6 point roll care, pre runner bumpers, nerf bars, intake and exhaust upgrades, bucket seats and a lift kit to accommodate 33inch BFGoodrich AT tires.
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This is certainly one of the more expensive Bronco's I've seen, but the price seems to be pretty well justified. Its a 1971 in Vista Blue, that's powered by a 302ci V8 bored to 355ci, mated to a 3 speed manual transmission. It also has a Dana 20 transfer case, aluminum headers, electronic ignition, Warn premium hubs, Helm joint steering linkage, ProComp ES9000 shocks and Mikey Thompson rims with 33' Duratrac Tires. The interior has also been completely refinished, with new upholstery, a black vinyl floor, custom gauges and a new stereo sound system. All yours for $93,900.
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^^^^^That thing is ungodly overpriced. Cheap wheels, cheap tires, cheap shocks, cheap bumpers, cheap gauges, 3-spd trans....? What a drag to drive. Krawlers Edge's 4 door Bronco can be had for $100k. Its a custom one-off high quality machine with EFI, custom interior, quality suspension, etc.




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Older Bronco models are akin to Jeep Wranglers in my mind, the truly unique and old models are worth a lot these days and more so when the new Bronco comes out. It'll be a Bronco in name, but probably not as capable as its predecessor. Some are even going into the $40k + territory because I found a 1970 Bronco going for $ 49,186.
But it sure is a beauty. Wish the new Bronco looks similar even if it's not the most aerodynamic body line.
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post #10 of 35 (permalink) Old 05-25-2018, 09:05 AM Thread Starter
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Just came across this 1989 in the UK, that looks to be in excellent condition. It was imported from California, from it has no rust or corrosion whatsoever. Apparently its been standing for a few years, so it may need a bit of work to get it on the road. But that should be an issue seeing as how its going for 6995 as is.
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