1972 Ford Bronco
Current Bid: $30,000 (USD) by:
Grand Rapids, Michigan
This 1972 Ford Bronco is finished in Sequoia Brown over a tan cloth interior and is powered by a 302ci V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle received a frame-off restoration consisting of a professional repaint, reupholstered interior, and refreshed mechanicals. Equipment includes a removable hardtop, GT40 heads, and a dual exhaust system. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, this Bronco is now offered by the selling dealer on a clear Michigan title.
The truck's body is finished in its factory color of Sequoia Brown with a white removable hardtop. The wheel wells have been modified with black fender flares, and a black roll cage was installed. All factory brightwork is retained, including the chrome bumpers and headlight bezels along with the polished side mirrors and window trim. Bronco emblems are mounted on the fenders, and a dual exhaust with polished tips is equipped.
Aftermarket Mickey Thompson aluminum wheels are mounted to BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A raised-white-letter tires on all four corners. The vehicle is equipped with front power disc brakes and power steering.
The interior is fitted with brown vinyl bucket seats with patterned cloth inserts and a matching rear bench. The metal surfaces of the doors and dash face are finished in Sequoia Brown while dark brown inserts are fitted on the doors and a black pad is mounted on the dash. The stereo system has been upgraded with a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/Bluetooth head unit with new Pioneer speakers mounted in the doors and rear passenger area.
Instrumentation is framed by a black two-spoke steering wheel and consists of a 100-mph speedometer as well as gauges for oil pressure, coolant temperature, fuel level, and voltage. The 5-digit odometer reads 17k miles, though true mileage on the vehicle is unknown.
The 302ci V8 engine has been modified with performance equipment including GT40 heads and is housed within a fully detailed engine bay. Power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a column-shifted 3-speed automatic transmission and two-speed transfer case.
Additional photos showing the underside are available in the gallery.