Vintage Bronco, 66-77 Bronco, 73 Bronco
Price: US $14,100.00 Item location: North Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Bronco
- Type: SUV
- Year: 1973
- Mileage: 45,000
- VIN: Xxxxxxxxx
- Color: Green
- Engine size: 302
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: 4x4
- Interior color: Tan
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1973 Ford BroncoFor sale, y 1973 Bronco. Purchased 2 years ago in Washington state. I flew to Seattle and drove the Bronco Across Country back to Arkansas with no problems at all. The Bronco has Toms Bronco bucket seats and a fold and tumble bench in the back. New Carpet and headliner installed on my request prior to purchasing.
Since I purchased the vehicle I've added or changed the following equipment.
Vintage Air Conditioning
Replaced the C-4 Transmission with an AOD with a US Shift controller which can be adjusted to fit your driving needs.
Replaced the drive shafts (prev had some slack in the connection to rear-end)
Replaced the Radiator with a custom reverse input (fit better with the Vintage AC so coolant hose doesn't lay over the compressor).
Added a high efficiency water pump and electric fan.
Replaced the power steering box.
Replaced most of the window and door gaskets. I have a few left that I didn't install yet because I haven't taken the top off.
Replaced the smaller front gas tank (the guys who installed the seats drilled holes thru the original small tank. Also added a 23 gallon rear tank.
The tires are in great shape with lots of tread. No idea how many miles are actually on it but I believe it shows 43,000 on the odometer. 4x4 does work well. The paint is in good shape with signs of wear but definitely not a beater, ot a show truck but Very Very nice. The Roof clear coat has started to show signs of wear. No rust issues on this Bronco. Radio does not set all the way into the dash board due to the Air Conditioning installation. I planned on having the dash reworked to fit a vintage look Blue tooth radio but it requires a lot of time I do not have. This is the only conceivable negative on this Bronco. It could be re-positioned to a console but I did not want a center console.
This is a great truck, hat has no problem running 75 mph down the interstate, r sitting in traffic at 100 degree weather. No overheating. I don't get to drive it enough due to work so its up for grabs. Feel free to text me with questions.