Modified 1970 Ford Bronco – Love It or Hate It?
Cut fenders and modern wheels elicit strong emotions around these parts. Modifications like these send a sharp divide through fans of old Ford trucks, right up there (pun intended) with lowering kits and bagged suspensions. So, it’s always interesting to gauge the opinions and see what the fans think?
Today’s specimen is 1970 Ford Bronco, which has received some, shall we say, controversial upgrades. Cut fenders are nothing new on old Broncos, and these days you see more cut than uncut. What’s sure to draw even more of a reaction, however, are the modern black wheels. A lot of folks seem to hate them for some reason.
If you look past those two minor details, you’ll find that this is a nice and old Bronco. The black paint looks fantastic, and it sits up a little higher off the ground thanks to a 2.5″ suspension lift, and a 1″ body lift. The underside has been cleaned up and painted as well in, you guessed it, black!
The factory 302 has been rebuilt with a few basic performance upgrades, including the requisite Edelbrock carb, MSD ignition, and Flowmaster exhaust. The interior is a mix of new and old, with an aftermarket dash and gauge cluster added for show.
A lot of time and money went into restoring this 1970 ford Bronco, and making it look quite sinister. But, what we want to know is, do you love it or do you hate it? Chime in below!