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1971 Ford Bronco 302 Hot Ginger 4x4 2 door Restored Classic

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: 4x4
Year: 1971
Mileage: 20,888
VIN: U15GLM03763
Color: Hot Ginger
Engine: 302 Cu. In.
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Gold
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Dallas, Texas, United States

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1971 Ford Bronco
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Texas Classic Cars Of DallasClassic & Special Interest Automobile Consignment & Sales
1912 W. mockingbird LaneDallas, exas 75235
Dave at 214-213-7072 Or Maris at 214-616-2317

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Hot Ginger Metallic Paint
302Ci In V8
3-Speed Manual Transmission
HD Package
Power Brakes
Removable Hard Top
Original Wheels
White Vinyl Interior
Aftermarket AM/FM RadioW/ USB Plugin & 6x9 Speakers
Rear Mounted Full Size Spare
Bilstein Shocks
Detailed Engine Compartmen, nterior, ndercarriage
Fully Restored
Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this very nicely restored 1971 Ford Bronco,This 1971 Ford Bronco has been thoroughly restored from top to bottom, he undercarriage has been undercoated and the frame has been powdercoated black. This Bronco comes with the HD package, he suspension has been upgrades with Bilstein hi performance Shocks and new springs, nbsp;the brake system has also been gone through and restored and a new fuel tank has been put in. The paint has been changed to a great looking Hot Ginger Metallic Paint job that looks great with the White hard top giving it a two tone look. The chrome shines like new and makes this bronco look like it just came out of the assembly line, he wheels have been kept to the original look with BF Goodrich all terrain tires that give it a lifted look. The full size spare tire is mounted to a rear swing gave that looks like its ready to take on any terrain. Start this baby up and hear it rumble, pen the hood and you'll see a very clean and detailed engine compartment presenting a nice Ford Blue detailed 302ci V8 that has been paired to a smooth shifting 3-speed manual column shift transmission and an available 4-wheel drive function. Open the door to a detailed white vinyl interior with black accents, t has been kept mostly original for the exception of an aftermarket AM/FM radio with usb plugin and speakers under the rear bench seat.This truck is very close to original, nd near impossible to find in this condition. A fairly unmolested Bronco, his truck is a show car winner! This truck is completely fully restored, nd ready to drive today! 1971 Bronco -Strong 302 V, 4 Speed Manual Transmission. -4x4 with Smooth Transfer Case. -Excellent Hot Ginger Metallic Paint. - Cream White Interior Seats. -Fully cleaned and restored undercarriage. -Removable Top. Clear Title! No Accidents! This Bronco will not last come check it out or give us a call for more information, his is a collectors piece to have. This Bronco’s has a fantastic clearance for all the 4x4 adventures. In a Bronco, he possibilities for fun are endless!
Following World War II, eturning American GIs were impressed by the adaptability, implicity, nd all-terraincapabilities of the original Jeep. Its popularity quickly spawned a host of competing designs, hile a burgeoningaftermarket industry supplied a multitude of accessories and a number of clubs and enthusiast magazinesappeared. Ford astutely discovered that a niche existed for a small, ar-like, our-wheel-drive vehicle with stronghighway performance and the ability to tackle the rugged backcountry. Acceleration and comfort weredetermined to be important selling points, s well as the upscale aura that continues to define the sport-utilityvehiclemarket today.
The Ford Bronco was introduced in late 1965 for the 1966 model year. It was available in roadster, ickup, ndwagon form and featured many Falcon-based mechanical components, s well as an impressive list of options,which allowed buyers to personalize their Bronco. Sales were aided by Ford’s “Total Performance” motorsportscampaign, nd the successful Baja racing Broncos of Bill Stroppe carried the Ford banner in off-road racingcircles during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
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