1969 Ford Bronco "Roadster"...Fresh 302
Price: US $3,450.99 Item location: Jefferson City, Montana, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Bronco
- Type: Open air roadster
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 2,620
- VIN: U15
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: 302
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gas
- Transmission: 3 speed manual on floor
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Orange/Black Houndstooth
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Ford BroncoFor sale is my beautiful Bronco "Roadster". This truck is stunning, and everything on it is either new or has been looked at carefully. I originally intended to build and keep this for myself as a summer cruiser, but plans have changed. I have included every picture and angle that I think reflects the Bronco and its condition. Please look over them thoroughly. I purchased the truck years ago in unfinished condition. The build is a combination of a 1969 and a 1973 Bronco. The items donated from the 69 are the front Dana 30 (the Dana 44 from the 73 was missing) and the title. The rest of the Bronco is a combination of the 73 and brand new parts. I took the truck to a very reputible restoration shop here in the Big Sky to have it put together and painted properly. I have included a few pics of the process. The 302 was freshly rebulit when I purchased it. It now has a total of 2.8 miles on it (yes, two and eight-tenths miles). The odometer reads 2619.8. During the initial break in, the motor fired right up. It idles smoothly and sounds terrific. Here is a list of some of the new items:
Fresh 302New starterNew batteryNew alternatorNew water pumpNew fuel pumpNew fuel sending unitNew Brake master cylinderNew Cen-tech wiring harnessNew orange/black houndstooth interiorNew Deluxe Fiberglass Hood-very, very strong (has hardware in it, no hood pins).New hood shocksNew tailgate anti rattle kitNew shocksNew plastic glove boxNew roadster backing platesNew chrome bumpersNew Hedman HeadersNew custom exhaustNew windshieldNew Edelbrock carbNew ignition
The list goes on. This truck is, for all intents and purposes, a new truck. Since the Bronco was intended to be a roadster style vehicle, I do not have doors or a top for it.
Please review the pictures carefully and feel free to ask any questions. The pictures are pretty self explainatory. With many restoration shops charging 60 to 70K on up for complete restorations, this is an opportunity for someone to get a beautiful Bronco for much less and have room to add their own personal touches.