1979 Ford Bronco Custom Adventuremobile

Price: US $20,000.00 Item location: Woonsocket, Rhode Island, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • Year: 1979
  • Mileage: 9,938
  • VIN: U15HLFC3978
  • Color: Tan
  • Engine size: GEP Optmizer 6500
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
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Description:

1979 Ford Bronco

1979 Ford Bronco fully customized for off grid overland adventure. It was purpose built to travel cross country, which it did in summer of 2016. All mileage on drivetrain is from this trip, less than 10k miles and 120k on the body.Frame on restoration. Blasted and de scaled frame and coated with KBS rust sealer. Body is Toyota TRD Quicksand. It could use a compound and buff if you're looking for a show quality paint finish.Brand new AM General GEP military Optimzer 6500 turbo dieselNew DB2 injection pump (fully mechanical)New fuel lines and genuine Bosch injectorsNew GM5 turbo with spring waste gate actuatorRebuilt NP435 transmissionRebuilt NP205 transfer caseFord 9" rear with Yukon gears and LSD, chromoloy axles, new seals and bearingsBulletproof high steer kit with DOM tubing and heim jointsReid racing knucklesHydro boost brake assistCustom soft top with removeable windows and frame also folds downCustom roof rack/exo cageRoof top tentCustom off-road front and rear bumpers with tire carrier and Gerry can mounts and hi lift jack mountFront and rear light bars10k lb super winch2013 Ford super duty center console/jump seatPioneer DVD/NAV receiverKicker solobaric subs and ampUpgraded door and headliner speakersCB radio and Wilson removeable antenna mountRear shackle flip and 4" lift springs in frontWhynter combination 12/120v frig35" Falken all terrain with full size spare35" TSL bogger off road tiresBaldwin fuel filter and water seperator2 starting batteries, 1 aux battery with isolation module
Probably forgetting some things. Truck is in great shape. Made it cross country and back. Climbing 10k foot mountain passes in July got a little warm so when we got home I upgraded from a single to dual electric fans. Problem is fans are so powerful they take more amperage than my factory alternator puts out so after running for a while it doesn't have enough battery power to restart. 2 interstate batteries are a year old. I have a manual clutch fan but need to have a shroud made or upgrade to higher amperage alternator. No hesitation to get in this thing and drive anywhere. Have lots of spare parts as well.