This 1966 Ford Bronco Wants to Party in a Classier way
The original Ford Bronco was built with off roading in mind, but it didn’t exactly come from the factory equipped as such. After all, these were the 60’s, and things like tire and suspension technology weren’t what they are today. As a result, a burgeoning aftermarket has been happy to provide us with everything we need to build serious trail-conquering Broncos.
The problem is, modifying early Broncos has become so popular, that you rarely see original and classier ones any more. This 1966 baby blue is a superb and classy example, as well as a pretty cool cruiser. Like every other Ford build in the 60’s, this is one classy looking ride!
There are no cut fenders, fancy shocks, or massive tires here – only original and correct parts. That includes the chrome hub cabs mounted on itty-bitty tires, white painted bumper and grille, vacuum-powered wipers, original radio, and an oil bath air filter.
The restoration on this ’66 is 10 years old, but the paint was redone recently. The total package sure looks like a recent restoration, as everything appears to be in fantastic condition. If you’re a fan of classier Fords or Broncos in general, you can’t help but appreciate the fact that this one has remained that way after all these years.