1968 Ford Bronco $38,995
The original Bronco is all about a vehicle that can get you in touch with nature. And this example has the upgradedV8 power and 4x4 stance to get it done better. Plus, it looks pretty darn nice in-town, too.
The blue paint has a nice look to it. Nothing too fancy, but just the right amount of gloss to signal an updated machine. It goes well with the black package of the grille, fender flares, and those ultra-cool Mamba 17-inch wheels. Big 33-inch tires help give this off-roader that added ground clearance you want, and the trailer hitch on the rear means you can be pulling gear or pulling friends out of trouble. After all, the Bronco gives you that ideal short wheelbase like you'd want in a vintage 4x4, but unlike an original Jeep CJ, you can have a classic 1960s build while also getting the muscle of a V8.
Because a Bronco like this loves to be open to the world, the black accent in the exterior is continued inside. Full doors, a padded roll bar, and a car-like dash make these Broncos an inviting off-roader. The floor has a rugged liner paint, and there's even a bikini top to keep the sunshine off your shoulders. The seats are upgraded to a comfortable cloth that also has weatherproofing. The front buckets are particularly good with a modern set with comfy bolstering. Plus, the center console is not only a nice place to rest your arm, but it also provides a lockbox if you don't feel like taking everything with you.
Under the hood, this one was upgraded to the largest motor that was offered in these first-gen Broncos: the mighty 302 cubic-inch V8. And you'll love this for more than just displacement. It's built with SVO aluminum heads, Holley four-barrel carburetor, Milodon valve covers, and an MSD ignition. It's a strong powerhouse that makes a nice rumble from the dual exhaust. The two-speed transfer case and deep treat tires love off-road work. The column-shifted three-speed manual transmission reminds you this is a true classic, and the front disc brakes are there for added stopping power. Plus, these were the first consumer 4x4s to utilize front coil springs. So that's a fine total package for the town or the trail.
We love the first-gen Bronco so much that the latest one borrowed all its best styling. That's why the originals are always valued, and it's hard to find another strong V8 one for this kind of value price. This one was even once owned by the very popular country signer Riley Green. Now it could be yours too. Call today!!!