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1969 Ford Bronco....Restoration with Fresh 302

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: "Roadster"
Trim: Open air Roadster...No top or doors
Year: 1969
Mileage: 2,620
VIN: U15
Color: Orange
Engine: 302 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4X4
Interior color: Orange/Black Houndstooth
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Jefferson City, Montana, United States

1969 Ford Bronco Open air Roadster...No top or doors Additional Info:

Selling my stunning orange 1969 Bronco. This truck is super sharp, and everything on it is either new or has been looked at carefully. I have included every picture and angle that I could to reflect the Bronco and its condition...please look over them thoroughly. I purchased the truck many years ago and just had it restored this last spring. The Bronco is a combination of a 1969 and a rust free 1973 Bronco. The items donated from the 69 are the front Dana 30 (with Yukon gears) and the title. There are many new parts, including the fenders, roadster parts, heavy duty fiberglass hood, and wiring. I took the truck to a very reputable Bronco restoration shop to have it put together and painted properly. I have included a few pictures of the process. The 302 was freshly rebuilt when I purchased it. The motor now has 20 miles on it since initial fire-up. The odometer reads 2619.9 miles. During the initial break in, the motor fired right up and it sounds terrific. Here is a list of some of the new items:
Fresh 302New StarterNew BatteryNew AlternatorNew Water PumpNew Fuel PumpNew Fuel Sending UnitNew Brake Master CylinderNew Cen-Tech Wiring HarnessNew Orange/Black Houndstooth InteriorNew Deluxe Fiberglass Hood--Very, Very strong (has hardware in it, no hood pins)New Hood ShocksNew Tailgate Anti-Rattle KitNew ShocksNew Plastic Glove BoxNew Roadster Backing PlatesNew Chrome BumpersNew Hedman HeadersNew Custom ExhaustNew WindshieldNew Edelbrock CarbNew IgnitionNew HEI DistributorNew Plugs and Wires
The list goes on. This truck is, for all intents and purposes, a new truck. Please review the pictures carefully and feel free to ask any questions. The pictures are pretty self explainatory. The reserve is set for much less than you would probably imagine a Bronco this nice should have, so good luck!