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1975 Ford Bronco Sport - West Coast Bronco

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: SUV
Trim: Sport Trim
Year: 1975
Mileage: 64821
VIN: U15GLV84498
Color: Red
Engine: 302
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Tan
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Mechanicsville, Virginia, United States

1975 Ford Bronco Sport Trim Additional Info:


1975 Ford Bronco

VIN: U15GLV84498

DSO: 763000 Special Order

Engine: Fuel Injected 302 - 64,821 miles

Transmission: Code C - 3 Speed Manual - with Floor Shifter

Differentials: Code 03J - 4.11:1 Front Dana 44 and Rear Ford 9”

Tires: BFG Mud Terrains - 32 x 11.50 x 15R

Steering: Power Steering

Brakes: Power Brakes

Top: Both Hard & Soft Tops

Unique History of this Bronco:

This exact Bronco was prepared by Ford for Bill Stroppe & Associates to become one of the last Baja Broncos ever produced. The Baja Bronco is by far the most desired early Bronco ever produced. In November of 1975, Bill Stroppe canceled their contract with Ford and Ford was left with roughly 50 Broncos prepped and painted to meet the Bill Stroppe, Baja specifications "Stroppe Prepped”. Only 33 of these Broncos are known tostillexist. They can be identified by the special Domestic Special Order (DSO) code of 763000 located on the VIN tag. These Broncos were distributed to Golden Motors Ford in Golden, Colorado where they were labeled as "Denver Broncos" because the Stroppe colors matched the colors of the Denver Broncos football team. Although this Bronco never made it to become a Baja Bronco, the unique history makes it rare to own and a fun fact for those who like to know the history of antique vehicles.

There is an online registry for the owners of these unique Denver Broncos; currently only 32 Denver Broncos are registered. This Bronco would be number 33.

Where this Bronco spent its life:

This Bronco was built in Detroit, shipped to Colorado then the original owner moved to California in the 80's where it spent the majority of its life before moving to Virginia where it has been garage kept.


As you may know when buying an Early Bronco you need to pay close attention to the typical trouble rust spots in order to know exactly what you are buying. The pictures that are included within this add highlight these areas.

(Door post, striker post, rear quarter panel, bottom of tail gate, inner fenders, cowl and floor pans.)

Work performed within the last 12 months:

New clutch kit

New flywheel

New brake booster

New speedometer cable

New EGR valve

New injector o rings

New TPS sensor

New Electric fuel pump

New starter

New Idler pulley

New transfer case seals

New distributor

New valve cover gaskets

New radius arm bushings

New rear main seal

New wheel cylinders

All fluids changed

Please feel free to contact me directly with any questions that you may have. -Ernie