1969 Ford Bronco Bronco
This Bronco has been parked in a shed in Kentucky since 1989, same owner for 47 years. It is extremely rare to find one of these uncut and all original, it's unheard of to find one with this kind of low mileage (documented). I have all original paperwork including, Bill of Sale, Window Sticker, Owners Card, Sales Brochure and Maintenance & Warranty repair receipts. I also have a copy of the original title. Currently has clear SC title in my name. The only part I have replaced since I got it is the tailgate and the 5 tires. The tailgate is a mint OEM tailgate (NOT an aftermarket replacement punch out). Tires are Goodyear Wrangler (0 miles). Wheels have been sandblasted & painted with white primer. Bronco was said to be running and driving perfectly when parked after owner passed away. We have been able to get it to crank up and run after replacing coil, points, plug wires, couple valves, springs and pushrods. Engine turns smoothly but overall still has some cobwebs to work out. Truck can't be driven yet because the brakes don't work. Most people replace the front drum brakes with discs so I haven't bothered with the brakes. But we did go thru the gears on the lift and transmission shifts smooth. I did buy all new parking brake cables that convey with the vehicle. Exhaust will also need to be replaced (due to rust) and I'd plan to put in a new radiator and alternator. Structurally the Bronco is in good shape, all the doors & windows function like new. No sagging in the doors. Only structural repair needed in this dept is the rear bumper mounts needs to be replaced (due to rust) and new bumper added. All the glass is in great shape and all trim and weather stripping is in place. Body is also in good shape considering how long its been sitting as you can see in the pictures. The sheetmetal parts that will need to be replaced are: rocker panels and the passenger side floorboard panel. There's a thin spot in the bottom of the passenger door that will need repair. In case you don't already know, there's several websites that sell early Bronco parts. Completely restored this truck will be worth $30k + add value is going up with this being the 50th Anniversary of these classics. Let me know what questions you have, as I get questions and think of more info to add I will update this listing for everyone to read. Inspections are welcome, truck is available to come see in person and is for sale locally so auction could end early.