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classic vintage MSD hydroboost roll cage Wimbledon White black vinyl interior

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
SubModel: 4x4 Fuel Injected
Type: Convertible
Trim: 4x4 Fuel Injected
Year: 1973
Mileage: 15266
VIN: U15GLR16799
Color: White
Engine: 351 Windsor V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1973 Ford Bronco 4x4 Fuel Injected Additional Info:

This 1973 Ford Bronco expertly mixes the first-gen vintage appearance with a ton of nice upgrades. The result is a cool convertible 4x4 that has a classic look, solid quality all-around, and a beastly 433 hp fuel-injected V8 lurking under the hood. When you total up the cost of the restoration (including the motor) and the cost of the first-gen Bronco, there has been an over $70k investment in this custom, and the quality really shows. Wimbledon White... is a great classic Ford color, and it has been brought into the modern age with a deep clearcoat shine. And before the first drop of white went on, they took this down to the metal to make sure the body was the ideal straight canvas for the artfully glossy paint. There's also a nicely coordinated dark side with the black bumpers, black wheels, and black tubular side steps. There's even a black bikini top if you like. In fact, the sale also comes with a white bikini top and the full hardtop package, so you really get to choose how you want to roll. And while this is a well-coordinated package, right down to the red accents that coordinate with the interior, don't forget to check out the practical side. The lifted stance, Goodyear Duratrac all-terrain tires, and integrated trailer hitch all tell you that this is far more than just a looker. The red accents of the exterior get you ready for the red dash and full custom roll bar. And when combined with the black on the door panels, carpeting, and seats, this one really is well-coordinated inside and out (exactly what you want on a 4x4 that's also a convertible.) There's a freshness to everything that reminds you this is a recent full restoration. Plus, you have great upgrades like the wood/chrome steering wheel and an AM/FM/CD stereo w/Bluetooth. The center console is also a lock box that allows you to be carefree and open to the world even when you're in the city. Under the hood is an awesome-looking motor that continues the Bronco's black and red color theme. With only about 3,400 miles on this since restoration, it all looks fresh and tidy. There was $12,000 invested in the motor alone, so you know this is an awesome build. It starts with a 351 Windsor crate engine from Performance Unlimited. It was enhanced and fortified with a fully machined block, full roller rocker with one-piece pushrods, Edelbrock heads, ARP bolts, Cobra valve covers, Taylor wires, Edelbrock Performer Intake, and topped with MSD Atomic timing & fuel injection system. The full header package adds power and growl to the dual exhaust. It also has all the right supporting components, like an MSD billet distributor and aluminum radiator. The whole package delivers a whopping 433 horsepower, and we have the dyno sheet to prove it! The three-speed automatic transmission is built with a 2200 stall for better power delivery and strong internals from High-Tech Auto. This feeds a stout Ford 9-inch rear with 31 spline axles. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll also spot more great upgrades, like the full 2" Wild Horses suspension lift with Bilstein shocks, 1" body lift, adjustable track bar, and strong 198C hubs. While this is a serious machine, features like power steering and front disc brakes with CPP Hydroboost power make it as easy to drive as your favorite beach cruiser. The sale comes with the owner's manual and build receipts to show you just how much it takes to get a bronco this awesome. So if love a fresh build with serious performance, call today!