1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Is Pure Old-school Luxury

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Today, we’ve got endless options when it comes to high trim levels. But in the old days, Eddie Bauer editions were king.

These days, if you want a luxurious truck, you’ve got lots of options. Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited, you name it. But before the days of endless leather and fancy trim, things were much simpler. Eddie Bauer edition Fords were the way to go, offering up plush interiors and two-tone paint for discerning truck owners. And while that trim level is long gone today, this 1995 Ford Bronco EB edition carries on that tradition with pride.

We spotted the gorgeous Bronco over in the Ford Truck Enthusiasts Marketplace, where it immediately caught our attention. And conjured up some fine memories of our younger days. Despite the fact that this Ford Bronco has 213,000 miles, it’s pretty hard to tell. Everything, from the body to the undercarriage, is incredibly clean. Chalk it up to a lack of salty roads, if nothing else.

In fact, the seller claims that the body shows only one defect: a paint chip on the hood. The same goes for the interior, which reportedly has nothing more than a single rip in the dash. And even with the relatively high mileage, the original 351 reportedly runs great and doesn’t burn any oil. With a smooth shifting transmission behind it, this Ford Bronco is ready to cruise.

There are a couple of deviations from stock, of course. Tires are 31×10.5″ Goodyear all-terrains, which is a welcome swap. The exhaust has been converted to twin pipes, but the catalytic converter remains. Outside of that, all the original Eddie Bauer goodness remains. And we have little reason to doubt the seller’s claim that this is “one of the cleanest Broncos in the Northwest.”

It’s also another stellar example of the kind of goodies you can find in the FTE Marketplace. So if you’re in the market for a new ride or some parts, be sure and check it out!

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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