This 1974 Ford Bronco was said to have been modified under previous ownership, and has been fitted with a Mustang GT-sourced 5.0L high-output V8 paired with a three-speed automatic transmission, a twin-stick dual-range transfer case, a 5.5” suspension lift, in addition to a roll cage, cut rear fenders, LED lighting, power-assisted brakes, 17” American Racing wheels with 35” mud-terrain tires, and a Rampage soft-top. It has been refinished in gray tractor paint by the seller in 2020, with riveted black fender flares. Showing approximately 82k miles on the odometer, though the true mileage is unknown, this 1974 Bronco is now being offered at auction by the seller based out of California.
Upon acquisition by the seller, this Bronco was painted in black primer, which was then painted using Ferguson Grey tractor paint. The front fender lines were blended into the hood under previous ownership, and the floorboards were repaired using aftermarket panels. Exterior equipment includes a full black roll cage, a Rampage soft top with tinted plastic windows, cut rear fenders, a color-matched grille, red badging, KC driving lights, front and rear steel bumpers, riveted black plastic fender flares, diamond-plated black rocker panels, LED headlights, and LED tail lights. The seller reports some rust in the rocker panels, and the passenger side turn signal is inoperable. This Bronco rides on 17” black American Racing Baja wheels which are mounted with 35” Kpatos FM523 M/T tires and 2” wheel spacers. The seller notes some areas of the paint are flat, detailed images are provided in the gallery.
The cabin features front bucket seats and a reach bench upholstered in black vinyl, floors that have been covered in spray-in bedliner, and black diamond plate trim on the dashboard and door panels. Amenities include a wood-rimmed steering wheel, manual crank windows, front lap plates, drilled Bully pedals, Wild Horses shift levers, black rubber floormats, aftermarket speakers, and USB port mounted in the dash. The seller reports the coolant temperature gauge does not work, and an aftermarket tachometer and temperature gauge are mounted below the dashboard.
This Bronco is powered by a fuel-injected high-output 5.0L V8 that was said to have been sourched from a 1990 Mustang GT and installed under previous ownership. It has been fitted with a K&N air intake system, and the distributor and radiator were said to have been replaced by the previous owner. Power is sent to the front, rear, or all four wheels through a C4 three-speed automatic transmission mated to a 2-speed Dana 20 transfer case with twin-stick operation. The suspension has been raised with a 5.5” Wild Horses lift kit, and the seller reports that the transmission was serviced under previous ownership, and an oil change was performed in early 2020.
This sale will include a clean title.