Eddie Bauer Bronco 5.8L 351W Blue and Tan Captain seats clean and solid

Price: US $2,524.00 Item location: Ocala, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • Type: SUV
  • Trim: Eddie Bauer
  • Year: 1989
  • Mileage: 94,000
  • VIN: 1fmeu15h4klb23134
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 5.8L 351 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1989 Ford Bronco

Much to my disappointed, my wife has convinced me to sell our Bronco that I bought new in1989. I am the single and original owner and have enjoyedit for years. It has never been in a crash. It's no longer perfect, but it is pretty solid. I replaced the engine with a Titan (little bit of a cam, bigger injectors, bigger throttle body), gas tank,and rebuilt the transmission. It has all sorts of new parts like throttle body, injectors, brake pads, etc. It starts right away and runs good.The tires are in very good condition and have many miles of life left in them. The four wheel drive works great. The captain's chairs are comfortable and solid. Carpet is in very good shape. The dash is not cracked or damaged. The rear seat is solid.

The top has never been removed, the interior is in decent shape but a small wear tear on the drivers seat and some other normal wear patterns. The window tint is now junk and needs to be redone. If you are looking for a solid truck that needs a little more work to do in a weekend or two, this may fit your needs. The rear window motor is shot. It needs a window seal, too. There is some rust at the bottom of the tailgate, but not horrible. There is some surface rust on the hood, too. No through holes. The Florida sun is not kind to nearly 3 decade old paint, so it is faded. Let's see what else, the brakes need adjusting and it needs a new timing cover. It's not cracked nor does it leak, but the old block had the dipstick in the block, this one required it in the timing cover. Go figure it wasn't noticed until it was time to fill it with oil. The required amount of fresh oil is in it, though. It is equipped with an A/C which I did have serviced a few years ago. It needs serviced again to get it cold. It has an after market stereo. No longer modern, but better than the stock one. I think it is a Jensen.

I'm not a smoker, so no smell there. Not pets either. None of those issues.

I'm sure I left out a thing or two, but that's what I can tell you. It's a good truck that needs a littleattention hear and there.

I've never shipped a vehicle nor do I intend to. I will help your shipper, though. You arrange it and I'll do my part to get it on the truck to be shipped to you.

OH, BONUS. I nearly forgot. I do have a brand new brush guard never installed. I'll throw that in, too, IF I can fit itinside for shipping. If not, you pay separate shipping and I'll send it out. I'll do my best to get it inside for you, though. I may have some other things laying around that I'll toss inside for you, too.

If you want more details, send me a message.