1990 Ford Bronco $17,995
This 1990 Ford Bronco XLT 4x4 has a lot of appeal with its fuel-injected V8, overdrive transmission, A/C interior, four-wheel-drive prowess, and a ton of potential.
This generation of Bronco has one of the most desirable styles going. The flat face was one of the most imposing designs of the entire 70+ years of the F-Series line. And the squared-off stance of the short wheelbase Bronco only amplifies that appeal with strength in its stance. But blocky doesn't mean dull. The straight body lines show off the full-length sheet metal crease, and chrome bumpers and polished alloys give it some brightwork flair. Plus, the two-tone brown and cream is a stylish look. It's nicely intertwined with a pinstripe providing a clear dividing line. And even the removable hardtop coordinates with the color theme. It's attractive but it never looks so serious that you'd hesitate to use this one for fun. Westin side step bars, towing mirrors, a tow hitch, and a full-size spare on a swing-away mount are all part of this useful and adventurous attitude.
The interior is built with a driver in mind, and so you have features like a fold-down center armrest, cup holder center console, a tilt steering column, full gauges with tach, and cruise control. There are some nice updates like an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth for better driving music. And the factory air conditioning is now blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant. So you can still stay cool even on those summer days when you take out the rear hardtop and go for a drive.
Under the hood is Ford's hardy 5.0-liter V8. This is from the desirable fuel-injection years. You'll also spot newer components like the alternator, compressor, distributor cap, plug wire, and temp sensor. The full package will still need some fine-tuning, but this is a V8 that fires up eagerly like it wants to get out there soon. And speaking of getting out there, you also have the two-speed 4x4 transfer case controlled by the push buttons on the dash. Power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive complete a classic truck package with modern appeal.
This is the Bronco that looks stylish and opens the door for personal projects. You may want to give it a professional polish, some shade-tree mechanic love, restore some of the interior power features, upgrade the upholstery, or just some added restoration/personalization. But at its heart is the stylish and rugged flat-front Bronco that will always have an awesome appeal on and off-road. Call now!