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Strong, re-built running V-8, 302 cu. in.; Starts immediately, runs great

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: Convertible
Year: 1973
Mileage: 33,547
VIN: U15GLR34439
Color: White
Engine: V-8, 302 cu. in
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Geismar, Louisiana, United States

1973 Ford Bronco Additional Info:

- Clean and clear title in hand.
- Buyer is buying a "classic" vehicle.
- Bronco is being sold "as is," and no warranty is implied.
This vehicle is also listed for sale locally, so I reserve the right to cancel this auction early or at any time. A $1,250.00 non-refundable deposit from the buyer through PayPal is due within 24 hours of auction ending. Full payment, less deposit, is due 7 days after close of the auction. Money wire, cash in person or certified funds are accepted. All funds must clear before vehicle leaves my garage. Vehicle will NOT be driven and will continue to stay garaged after non-refundable deposit is received.
Buyer is responsible for vehicle pick-up or shipping. I will personally work with any transport company and/or driver.
Ford only created 21,894 Broncos for this model year. This Bronco is garage kept at my house. A similar 1973 Ford Bronco (no back seat) recently sold in Houston at the Meachum Auction for $24,000, plus the buyer had to pay a $2,400 auction fee.
NADA Guides values this 1973 Ford Bronco at $21,850 for average retail condition, all the way up to $45,075 for high retail condition. Hagerty values this 1973 Ford Bronco at $22,500 for average retail condition.
I will answer any question you have 100 % truthfully, quickly and to the best of my ability. I can be reached by TEXT at (225) 252-4500.
My Bronco runs great and starts right up with a turn of the key -- this vehicle is mechanicallysound! You will be getting a great vehicle for afternoon drives, running a quick errand, tailgating at weekend football games or grabbing your family and enjoy spending time together!
Bronco was inspected by two mechanics prior to purchase and both said the engine is solid and they would have no issues with placing their families on the road in this vehicle!
1973 Ford Bronco 4x4
- 4" lift
- 35" new tires
- Power steering
- Brakes have recently been converted from drum to modern disc
- New steering rod kit
- New top with family style roll bars
- Corbeau front and rear seats
- Strong, re-built running V-8, 302 cu. in. | Starts immediately, runs great
- Sony Radio included, installed in security center console (not connected)
- Main Fuel Tank = 12.7 gallons
- "Wild Horses Logo" on sides of Bronco can easily be removed by buyer.
- Fiberglass door inserts are just the ticket to give your Bronco that original roadster look.
Transparent list of required or recommended necessary improvements if I were to keep the vehicle:
- Vehicle drives "loose" which is very common for these vehicles, but not so much for someone who has experience driving early model vehicles - however it is noticeable for someone who has only driven late model vehicles and does take some adjusting until you are comfortable with the feel of the vehicle. Rebuilding steering box, approximately $200.00 or buying a new one, approximately $500.00 may help improve the "loose" steering - has a slight leak that appears "randomly" after driving vehicle, but not occasionally.
- Doors are NOT included.
- Due to size of tires, Speedometer will fluctuate greatly once above 50 mph.
- Gas gauge will stay on F considerably longer than it should. As a general rule of thumb, when the gas gauge shows 1/2 full, I fill up.
- Odometer is not working. Vehicle was lightly driven by previous owner after engine rebuild and now stays parked in my garage 5 or 6 days out of the week.- Slight oil leak (about the size of a teaspoon that occurs randomly and not all the time after driving) -- may be as simple as tightening bolts. Oil has not been changed since I purchased it because vehicle has been infrequently driven.
- Left turn signal bulb not working (right turn signal bulb functions normally).
- Horn is inoperable.
- Hood grommets needs to be replaced.
- Lift support for hood is recommended.
- Replacement battery tray is needed. Battery needs to be "secured" to remain in place.
- No fan guard on radiator. Highly recommended that one be installed by new owner to prevent an unnecessary accident if looking under the hood while engine is on.
- Auxiliary tank, i.e. 2nd tank is not connected.
- Rear brake lights have a loose connection.
- Center console needs to be bolted into floorboard.
- "Marine" type speakers to connect to Sony Radio are recommended.
For VIN research, please go to Bronco Ohio's web site.