This 1970 Ford Bronco Could Be Yours at ‘No Reserve’

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In case you’re not familiar with car-auction lingo, ‘no reserve’ means that the vehicle will sell to the highest bidder at the conclusion of the auction regardless of the amount bid, unlike typical auctions where a minimum, or ‘floor’ has been set to protect the seller.

This 1970 Ford Bronco with uncut sheet metal is currently listed on Ebay with no reserve, and at this moment it’s going for $16,500 with little over four days to go. Whether you think that’s a good deal or not, this may be your one chance to pick up one of these for a bit less money than usual.

Equipped with a unique 302 block and a 3-speed manual transmission with a steering wheel-mounted shifter, this Bronco sounds mechanically sound by its owner’s description. On top of that, front disc brakes and power steering have been added, which should make this a nice daily driver.

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Speaking of daily driving this handsome Bronco, the interiors look fairly original, for the exception of the aluminum door panels, and the owner claims the front seats have been recently re-wrapped in black vinyl. This is about as equipped as Bronco’s came back then. No high-tech bells and whistles here.

If you’re looking for a sold daily driver, or a Bronco to restore, this no reserve 1970 model may be your best bet!

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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