Broncos, Broncos & More Broncos at SEMA
There is no shortage of vintage Broncos at SEMA this year. The best in show is a mint condition 1966 Ford Bronco Half Cab in orange by LGE-CTS Motorsports.
The San Dimas, California based custom truck shop did an excellent job that should satisfy even the most diehard purist.
Of the other hand, the baby blue 1968 Bronco presented by Maxxis International USA looks like it is being held together by the pretty, blonde model above.
Still, it’s a fine beast and was built by customizer Jesse James and Michael Thompson. It has a Ford 427ci engine under the hood too.
The frame was modified to a 105-inch wheelbase and the body was pinched 13-inches in the front and 15-inches in the rear.
Icon had a sweet looking version of a Bronco that will set you back $150,000-$200,000 if you don’t have time to rebuild one yourself.