1977 FORD Bronco 4WD Automatic 302 V8 - Running - Driving - Located In Georgia

Price: - Item location: Statham, Georgia, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • SubModel: SUV
  • Type: Bronco
  • Year: 1977
  • Mileage: 27435
  • VIN: U15GL032375
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 302 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Safety options: Seat Belts
  • Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1977 Ford Bronco

Up for auction is my 1977 Bronco with the 302 / Automatic Combination - Clear GA Title
Q&A --- I'll try to help you and me by answering a lot of the common questions. - Paint Work - Yes, at some point it has been resprayed dark blue over the original hunter green. Blue is starting to flake and chip due to age. - Body - Fenders have been cut (like most) and the exterior lines look great for the overall condition. Tailgate has a large dent. Drivers inner fender has rusted up top and passengers rocker below door has rust developing.- Doors - Drivers door sags due to welds around hinges, the bottoms look great. Passengers door closes fine with no issues. - Floor Pans - Are getting thin, but are very above average for the current condition with no holes or replacement patches. - Engine - 302 -- Rebuilt at some point, runs strong and sounds very healthy with good "Lopey" cam... Recent exhaust pipes "Duals" New Battery- Electronics / Wiring - Lights Work / Gauges Work / Standard Radio Doesn't Work currently- Transmission - Automatic -- Shifts great with no issues - Steering - Power steering works great with no issues - Brakes - work great with no issues- Wheels/ Tires - 15" Sawblade Aluminum wheels are in good condition, however, the 32" tall all-terrain tires need balancing or upgrading (harsh ride over 60mph) - Glass - All glass appears to be in great shape for it's the age with no cracks. - Underside - Surface rust w/ absolutely no UNDERCOAT hiding anything. Fender wells look good. - Top - Drip rails look great with no issues other than light surface rust. Latch in the rear will need replacing. - Interior - Original front seats with matching rear seat. Floor pans were painted blue to match the exterior. Rubber molding around doors will need to be replaced as well as the headliner.
**New Fender Flares included with the sale $200+ value** If you want to sink a small fortune ($4k-$6k) after the purchase price into a vintage Bronco and have a great looking classic this is the one for you.
I reserve the right to end this auction early due to the Bronco being listed for sale locally.
My price is negotiable, but please don't waste my time. I will work with your shipper of choice once the full payment has been made and clear. If you pay your deposit and back out, I will refund half of the deposit and keep the rest for time lost and reenlistment. SERIOUS INQUIRIES -- PLEASE -- NO TIME WASTERS Trades plus cash possible --- (ABSOLUTELY No Motorcycles, Boats, ATV's, Campers, Motor Homes) Send trade pictures through eBay messaging -- If you know what these vintage Bronco's are worth then you know it's going to take something decent to trade for. Save the low ball offers, as I will not even respond.

On Mar-03-19 at 13:33:58 PST, seller added the following information:

. This Bronco has had patch work done using Bondo (Fiberglass) inside on the front floor pans, rear deck, boxed seat mount and on the exterior of the body under the doors (rocker panels). I'm not trying to mislead anyone, so please be aware of this and understand the above description did not notate this. I'm fully aware of the spotted misconception, but the intent of this sell is not to make a quick buck, I need to finish my 1954 Chevrolet 3100 build and this vehicle has to go.