1970 Ford Bronco Sport Model Hardtop, Uncut

Price: US $16,700.00 Item location: Hockessin, Delaware, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • SubModel: Sport
  • Type: Hardtop, removable
  • Trim: Sport
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 100,000
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 302
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1970 Ford Bronco Sport

1970 Ford Bronco Sport Model Hardtop with Uncut Fenders
First off, I would simply recommend cleaning up and driving & enjoying. It would also be a good candidate for a full restoration if you choose to go that direction. This is one you could work on, drive and probably sell for more down the line.
Exterior:
The body appears to be nice and solid, rockers panels, quarters, doors, etc. (happy to have found metal and not a bondo bucket). The paint is fair (amateur) and what most might people would consider a 10 footer. There is a small dent in the top of one fender and some miscellaneous scratches paint & defects. Inner fenders (in engine bay side walls) have been patched and front floors done.
Stock bumpers, probably originals in good/fair condition. Has tow hitch are wiring.
Factory rear tire carrier with spare (looks unused).
Tires decent, wheels have the factory hub caps for the old school look.
The hard top could use some work including a nice paint job but it does have the rare chrome drip rail trim along with the Sport edition chrome window trims. The rear lift gate window was replaced with a nicer piece of factory glass and a brand new gasket.
Mechanical:
Ford 302- new spark plugs, rubber valve cover gaskets, oil change, and carb work. I haven't driven it a lot but it seems to idle and run well, could still use a bit of carb tuning. Under the hood was cleaned up (previous owner overinsulated and undercoated), air cleaner painted, the valve covers were left original complete with stickers and factory markings.
Transmission 3-speed on the column, Dana 20 transfer case with James Duff floor shift handle.
The charging system appears to be working properly and charging the battery. The lights, turn signals, and brake lights work. The gauges all move but seem to be off somewhat.
The heater hoses and heater control valve are new, heat works well.
For safety, the Bronco has had a full power front Disc Brake Conversion done on it.
For ease of driving, a power steering conversion was also done. (cost of these two updateswith new kits was about $2500)
Interior:
Front seats are in good condition and were recently recovered with new black vinyl. The backseat is decent and matches the fronts well. It has black seat belts for all four seating positions. The carpet is black and there are custom black side panels in the back for a more finished look. The door panels are aftermarket aluminum panels.
Floor pans have been replaced and the floor has been coated with bed-liner to prevent rust.
Pretty stock inside, still could be cleaned up some more.
The gas tank has been converted to the electric tank selection (replaces manual floor switch).
Unsure of total mileage, just put in 100k for ebay.
This is an old car and you are welcomed to check out in person. Because of this the Bronco is sold as is, where is, with no warranty stated or implied. For payment - Cash in person when picked up OR a bankwire if being shipped are the ONLY two ways to pay. Paypal is for deposit ONLY, will NOT accept checks or money orders.
I may consider trade for Toyota, Honda, orAcura brand SUV (either straight across or your car plus money to make up the difference) must comply with all ebay rules so they get their portion.