39K Miles with original Paint 4x4 rust free F-150 302 automatic

Price: US $7,100.00 Item location: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • Type: SUV
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 39,977
  • VIN: 1FMDU15FXELA48115
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 302 c.i.
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Options: Cassette Player, 4-Wheel Drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1984 Ford Bronco

Hello, or sale I have an original mint 1984 Ford Bronco that only has original39K miles (or 64K KM) on the clock, ruck is original even with the original paint. The truck runs and drives as it should and everything works including the power back window (which it has to or you can't open the back end gate). The truck starts right up, arb kicks it into high revs until it's warmed up and one touch of the accelerator and it kicks down to a normal idle. The truck dives nice and straight and true as one would expect from a low mile truck, hifts properly and has no issue's shifting silently in and out of 4x4. In my opinion the '79-86 Bronco's are the best of the bunch, est riding, teering, omfort and look the best. I know the soap box series are very popular and with good reason but are extremely rough to cruise around in. These trucks offer the best in vintage look and ride (they are now 30+ years old and qualify for vintage plates). I had purchased the truck from an estate that had had two vehicles for sale, his and a '86 Grand Marquis with 20K miles on it, wasn't interested of course in the car but this truck I couldn't pass on. How many low mile original trucks can there be even left on the planet? These trucks were built to be rode hard and put away wet. This one had no such life having never even spent any nights outside, lways stored indoors, ever winter driven, odified or taken off road. In some of the engine bay pics you can still see the original factory 'chalk' markings on the fender well lips, here is also some on the underside of the hood but not pictured. The truck also comes with all the original paperwork, wners manual and warranty card from new as pictured. Interior of truck is near mint, o cracking, ading, urns on any of the door panels and dash. The factory paint still has a very nice shine, ith no dents, eep scratches, ust bubbles or anything else. I don't think you will ever find another more original unmodified mint truck then this.

If the truck doesn't sell (I have a few winter projects and may not get to this one) this is what I would do to it: Pull the power train with the intention of resealing, etailing and painting the major engine components (engine, ransmission, ransfer case etc.), nstall a better higher lift cam, luminum 4v intake and 4v carb. Clean and detail all components (driveshafts, iffs., ackside of braking componets etc. that have 30+ years of surface rust from unprotected metal) and replace the shocks (they are fine but I think they are original to the truck although they show no signs of leaking or excessive bouncing but they are 30+ years old). The interior needs nothing other then maybe the original radio put back in, he original paint body needs nothing. I would do all this to get the truck looking its absolute best for the Ford show coming up in April 2016 in California where the Ford Bronco's will be featured as they have there 50th anniversary.None of this stuff has to be done of course but a show like this you want it looking it's best.

Any questions feel free to ask and I will try and answer as quickly as possible. The truck is sold in as is condition and I welcome any independent/Ford dealer/personal inspection if desired. I will help with shipping in any way I can. A $500 Paypal deposit is accepted from winning bid balance to be paid by wire transfer/bank draft/cash within 10 days. This should give the winning bidder plenty of time to come and see the truck if they so choose to make sure the description is accurate. No returns once vehicle is shipped however. Please do not ask what the reserve is, t is set very fairly in my opinion just bid what you think it is worth to you. All pictures are taken on the day of the listing.