Year: 1973 Make: Ford Model: Bronco Price: $7000 Mileage: 42477 Color: blue Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing Location (State): AL Transmission: Automatic Drivetrain: 4WD & AWD Color: Blue Engine: 302
Hesitantly putting my Bronco project up for sale after owning for 9 years. Here goes....If i am way off base, let me know, I won't get offended.
1973 Ford Bronco Explorer Trim level. Original body panels, uncut rust free Oklahoma truck. 302 Cubic Inch 2 barrel, automatic 4x4 with 42,000 miles on the odometer. I believe this is the first year for power steering combined with automatic transmission. Receipts to support all original miles. Fresh paint ($4500), I put floor pans in it. No rust (have pics from before paint to show). White top with 2-3 spots where paint was bumped and surface rust is starting (top's paint is 6 years old...long story). I bought new dash, new windshield, and complete rubber package for doors, top, shell, and tailgate. 4.10 gears with C4 transmission (fresh rebuild 3 months ago ) and new torque converter. Interior flooring is coated in bed liner then painted in body color. I got the Bronco many years ago (before kids) in order to restore it with my wife and then we would both have a vehicle to attend shows with and she wouldn't be so bored with my hobby. Well.....we just had kid #3 and work and mortgage and....blah, blah blah. It is going to take me forever to put this thing back together, sice I took ownership of it in piles and labeled coffee cans and never saw it before it was taken apart. I have all the interior and all the glass and the pictures you see are right before I put the engine and transmission back in. Now I am trying to figure out which wire from the stock harness goes where. I am asking what I have in it and it may be off base but I figured what the heck....I'll see what happens. My cell phone is 910-six-one-nine-85nine-one. I think honestly with very little money and alot of somebody's time this could be a show stopper.