Classic Bronco Roars With Coyote Power (Video)

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Who would’ve thought an old horse and a new coyote would make such an awesome couple? Just listen up!

There are few nameplates more timeless and iconic than the original Bronco. From stock to modified, mild to wild, it’s a universally beloved SUV. In fact, some claim that it’s the only SUV they’d ever drive, and we can’t fully disagree.

Restoring a vintage Bronco, like any other vehicle, is an expensive, labor-intensive process. If you’re going to go through with all of that effort, you might as well end up with something you can use and enjoy when all is said and done. In other words, a reliable daily driver of some sort.

Top-notch restorer¬†Classic Ford Broncos creates some incredible machinery, and some of the most user-friendly builds out there, as this video shows. Details on this truck are thin, but it looks amazing and it sounds even better. The interior looks nicer than anything we’ve ever slid our butts into, and the steel blue paint looks deep and luscious.

Coyote-Powered Classic Bronco

Most impressive, though, is that engine. You’ll recognize that familiar sound as a Coyote V8. Horsepower, torque, lightweight, fuel economy… it’s simply superior in every way to the original powerplant. We also wouldn’t mind the sound of it as we cruised around with the canvas top off.

There’s plenty more to love, too. The lift is just right, with a great wheel & tire package to set it off, and the fender flares add to the presence considerably. We’re eyeing that roll bar with our fair share of jealousy and admiration, too. This thing is just right in our opinion.

We thoroughly enjoy seeing trucks like this make the rounds on YouTube. For those of us with dusty, rusty, and forlorn projects sitting in the garage, it’s downright inspiring.

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Cam Vanderhorst is a contributor to Harley-Davidson Forums, Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and MB World. He is also a co-host of the Cammed & Tubbed podcast.


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