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Partially completed project vehicle

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Year: 1974
Mileage: 82,305
VIN: U15GLT06327
Color: Yellow
Engine: 302
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Chesapeake, Virginia, United States

1974 Ford Bronco Additional Info:

Unfinished project vehicle. It was taken off the road 15 years ago and has been garage kept for at least 10 of those years. The current condition of the engine is unknown. The engine was in perfect running condition when the restoration began but I can't make any claims at this point. The same can be said about the transmission. The automatic trans shifted good and had no issues at the time the restoration was begun. The wiring is still original and has been hacked up over it's life and will need to be replaced. Body work is in good condition, but not show quality. It was painted about 10 years ago but sat outside for a few years. Here are some of the details:>All metal body panels and roof are original Ford metal, no fiberglass>All windows are new laminated "gray glass" with new rubber gaskets>Stainless steel windshield frame with wipers on the bottom for improved cosmetics>Metal housing fabricated to hide windshield wiper motor above the grove box>Filled/smoothed dash designed for custom gages and stereo mounting>James Duff dual shock setup on front and rear>James Duff suspension kit (I don't know if it's a 6" or 8" kit)>Flaming River tilt steering column>Sparco steering wheel>Sparco fuel filler door>Heavy duty racing-car style fuel cell between frame rails>Fender flares molded into the body with hidden fasteners>Pre-runner style rear bumper>Wild Horses disc brake conversion/upgrade kit is included (not installed)>Wild Horses power brake booster/bracket kit is included (not installed)>New door glass felt runners are included (not installed)>Original aluminum brightwork is included (not installed)>New windshield wiper arms/blades are included (not installed)>A few boxes of original parts such as door panels, speedometer, etc.

On May-21-17 at 04:42:44 PDT, seller added the following information:

Upon further inspection, I found the passenger roll down glass has a crack in it. It didn't the other day when I was shooting the pics, but it does now. Also, someone asked me about the floor in the cargo area being replaced. I looked under the truck and saw that the original floor is still in place, not cut out. There is a 3" hole cut in the middle where the fuel cell filler cap was accessible. Since the fuel door was moved back to the side of the truck, the hole needed to be covered up, so a solid flat metal panel was welded into place as the new floor.