Gorgeous Final-year Ford Bronco Available in the FTE Marketplace
Bronco is spotless, having lived its life in the south, but it still packs 4WD and V8 power.
While the Bronco nameplate will soon return to the Ford lineup, the last time that there was a new model was back in 1996. That was the final year for the big body Bronco, making them a hot commodity among enthusiasts, but with so many owners back in the 1990s and early 2000s driving these SUVs how they were meant to be used, it can be hard to find one in good shape.
Fortunately, forum member “SuperDad” has posted a 1996 Ford Bronco to the marketplace that has lived its entire life in the American south. As a result, the body is amazingly clean for an SUV that is 13 years old with over 125,000 miles, but unlike many trucks that have spent their lives in the warm climates of the south, this big Bronco has four-wheel-drive.
When the OP first posted his 1996 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition to the FTE Marketplace, he offered up the following key details.
“Very clean southern truck, zero rust, 5.8L V8, 125k miles, leather seat, P/S, P/W, P/L, Tilt and cruise, A/C, Roll bar, etc.etc. Georgia Emissions just done 2 months ago!
New stuff all within the last year:
Base coat clear coat paint
33×10.50 BFG tires
6 KYB shocks
Moog coil springs
New heads and valve job 6 months ago
Transmission has been professionally rebuilt”
The OP also included an array of pictures of the big SUV showing the vehicle inside and out, but his listing doesn’t mention the aftermarket radio, so there are even some features which go unmentioned.
Perfect for Everyone
If you have been dreaming of buying a big Bronco for a daily driver, this vehicle has all of the creature comforts such as plush leather, a modern sound system and power everything.
If you want a big Bronco to take to your local Cars and Coffee, the pristine exterior is ready for the cameras and if you want an off-road toy, this Bronco is equipped for almost any terrain. However, it would be a shame for someone to buy this clean SUV just to beat it up in the woods or mud, but if that is your thing, this Bronco should handle the task without any problem.
The biggest problem that we can see in the pictures is the cracking dash pad, but it comes with a carpeted dash cover that looks great, matches the floor and completely hides the cracks.
This 1996 Ford Bronco is listed for $14,000, so this isn’t a cheap beater from the 1990s, but if you love the look of the big-bodied SUV and you are looking for a rig that looks like it just rolled off of the showroom floor, this FTE Marketplace listing might be the next vehicle that you park in your garage.