1990 Ford Bronco XLT 4X4
This 1990 Ford Bronco XLT is at an interesting crossroads. It's an exceptionally original 4x4 with a loaded interior and a powerful fuel-injected V8. And at this affordable price, it's just as capable as a collector vehicle as it is a workhorse. Black looks absolutely beautiful on a well-preserved machine like this. After all, many of this Ford's siblings were abused and used up during decades of workdays. But the high-gloss finish shows off how straight and complete all the panels are on this one. The XLT trim package added a pleasing amount of brightwork to this Bronco, and even that sporty red pinstripe. All of it remains in very good condition, from the shiny factory wheels, to the big chrome bumpers, to the brushed stainless steel tailgate insert. And the black fiberglass top goes nicely with all the black rubber trim. But while it's all presented very nicely, this classic is also an exceptionally useful machine. You have a full-sized spare on the swing-away mount, large trailering mirrors, and a full trailer hitch. So don't be afraid to hit the great outdoors and take the toys with you. And speaking of the outdoors, these Bronco continued the great tradition of being able to remove the rear roof section for that cool semi-convertible appearance (although it's so nice, we don't know if that has even happened on this one yet.) The red pinstripe outside is also a great preview of the inside. Ford's upscale XLT interior features a comfortable red cloth on the seats to give it a more luxurious feel. You have plenty of great features like power windows (including on the tailgate,) power locks, and cruise control. There's also provisions for factory air conditioning and AM/FM/cassette stereo. A wide center console offers plenty of storage as well as a handy place to put your coffee, and the dash is one of the more car-like features of this big 4x4. The nicely appointed back seat looks barely used, and the cargo bay is positively massive. So this one is ideal for tailgating, too. Under the hood is a fuel-injected 5.8-liter V8. This was the larger optional motor, so it gives you better acceleration on the streets and extra power to really utilize the 4x4 drivetrain. This was the era that the F-150s and Broncos really solidified their reputation as a great truck for all uses, and the rugged four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive is a big reason why. It was even was rebuilt in 2017 to ensure smoothing driving for years to come. Plus, with power steering, front disc brakes, and modern Michelin tires, it's quite a comfortable cruiser for anytime use. Complete with owner's manual, this is that perfect mix of power, poise, and affordability you love in a new classic. So don't let this Bronco go into someone else's garage. Call today!!!