1972 Satin Black Ford Bronco Restomod Custom Coilover Suspension
Price: - Item location: Colleyville, Texas, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Bronco
- Year: 1972
- Mileage: 2,000
- VIN: U14GLN71924
- Color: Black
- Engine size: Ford Racing 302
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: Automatic
- Interior color: Black
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1972 Ford BroncoOne of a kindRestomod
Below is a link to the original refurbishment Kyle Turley (NFL football player) had done to it at South County Customs with parts from Wild Horses for a photo shoot and article for Truckin Magazine.
After I received it I had a local custom 4x4 shop mechanically refurbished and upgrade everything else.
About 2000 miles on my upgrades which include:
Completely redesigned dash painted to match exterior withAutometer white face gauges
New steering shaft and steering ram
Vintage air ac system
BC broncos modular soft top with tinted windows
Teralow geared twin stick Dana 20 transfer case
Rebuilt C4 with auxilary external fan cooler
New Built Dana 60s front and rear widened to extra width forstability, ocked with Arb airlockers and 5.13 gears, linked and Trussed, ith disc brakes on all four corners
Complete Custom built Coilover suspension system with Teraflex jeep longarms
Currie Antirock swaybars front rear
RhinoLined protofab front and rear with rhino lined rock sliders and tire carrier
Smittybilt 8000 pd winch with synthetic rope
Tuffy glove box tuffy middle console which use the same key
Satin black family rollcage with gussets and handles on every corner tied into frame
Smoked led bulb tailights smoked side markers
(5)17 inch Raceline beadlock wheels with 5 38 kevlar mtrs (spare is 37) -rockrings on the beadlocks were used on a previous rig and do have some rock rash.
Door key matches ignition key
Comfortably seats 4 with two crow lap belts for the rearseat passengers.
Lights and turn signals work, azards work, auges all work, ual gas tanks both work
Motor is new crate Ford Racing 302 with finally assembly by Hendricks Motorsports in Detroit
Cosmetically the paint still looks good but as can be expected from an occasional driver there are a few nicks, small bubble on the hood, chip down to the original red paint color on the windshield frame hinge, nd small scratches in some areas. Mechanically it is completely sound and would make an outstanding drive to the trail rig. All the cancerous rusted areas were addressed and repaired correctly by South County Customs as seen in the Truckin Magazine article. It needs a new radio (the 1990s Sony one in the tuffy console finally gave up) and some new 6x9 boxes for the speakers on the back rear wells to make the sound system perfect.
Truly built to be one of kind and it would cost a fortune to replicate......not to mention the time and effort.
Total height at the peak of the soft top frame is 87 inches with the existing suspension setup.
Any other questions please feel free to ask.