Dare You Drive a Creamy Yellow 1976 Ford Bronco?

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1976 Ford Bronco

Can You Put Your Ego Aside and Drive a 1976 Ford Bronco Worthy of a Legally Blonde Movie Set?

Driving a yellow truck isn’t for the meek, nor is it for everyone. But the color is fitting on an old school Bronco like this 1976 Ford Bronco that was recently up for auction online. Clearly, it was built during a time when yellow was an acceptable hue for a tough truck. Yellow and white is an iconic color combination on old-school Fords, and no one will fault you for your choice. Especially since it’s been applied to this bad Ford Bronco.

1976 Ford Bronco

The front bumper, which is equipped with a Ramsey winch is your first clue as to this Bronco’s intentions. The beefy Cooper tires are mounted on classic eight hole aluminum wheels, and add to the tough look that offsets the dainty color.

1976 Ford Bronco

This 1976 Ford Bronco is a real driver too, thanks to a 302 that has been updated with an Atomic electronic fuel injection system. The small block is backed up by a C4 3-speed transmission, which sends power to the differentials. Lots of new suspension parts have been added, including Moser axles, beefier skid plates, and dual shocks.

1976 Ford Bronco

In the inside things are just as classic as the outside. The upholstery is essentially stock, save for an aftermarket wood-rimmed steering wheel, aluminum shifter handles, a Vintage Air unit, custom pedals, in addition to an aftermarket stereo. The sum of all these parts is one nice 1976 Bronco, whether you are a fan of yellow or not!

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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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