Tire Smokin’ Tuesday: Badass Bronco Burnout
A beautiful first generation Ford Bronco kills big off-road rubber with ease!
This week’s “Tire Smokin’ Tuesday” video is short but sweet. It features a first generation Ford Bronco doing what big American horsepower does best. This style Bronco was offered from 1966 through 1977, and during that time it earned a reputation for being a great off-road vehicle, and not to mention — affordable.
The Bronco in this video by 600miles is a fine example of a properly restored, and considerably beefed Ford SUV. While we don’t know what engine is under the hood, it sounds like it’s more powerful than either of the stock V8s offered during the Bronco’s first run. In addition, it’s clear that this classic SUV has been lifted and fitted with serious off-road rubber – along with mild body flares, a cowl induction hood, and the striking blue paint.
This vintage Bronco is truly a beauty, and it is far tougher-looking than any of the Ford SUVs from back in the 1960s. Not to mention it surely offers better off-road performance than any stock vehicle from the past or present. However, in this video the owner isn’t interested in showing off its ability to climb rocks.
Crank up your speakers and enjoy!