Is This the Nicest 1979 Bronco in Existence?

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There aren’t a whole heck of a lot of late 70’s Broncos on the road today.  When we do see one, it’s a pretty exciting thing, because these are some of the most beloved trucks among Ford fans.  The 1979 you see before is certainly worth celebrating, because it might just be the nicest one out there.

Go ahead and lull over these pretty pictures and try to find something wrong with it – we dare you. Absolutely stunning in its Jade Green livery with a matching green interior, the most amazing thing about this truck is that it hasn’t been restored.  Nope, that’s the original condition.

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The owners of this one have obviously cared for it over the 97,664 miles it has traveled.  It’s hard to imagine this Bronco ever going off road or being stored outside of a garage.  The lack of rust can be attributed to living most of its life in California.

This classic Bronco is well optioned as well, with a 351/4-speed combo, power tailgate window, air conditioning, sport steering wheel, security locks, engine block heater, convenience group pack, tow hooks, and more.

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If there’s a nicer 1979 Bronco out there, I sure haven’t seen it, and if there is, it’s probably been restored. The old saying goes “It’s only original once,” and there’s value in that.  Which makes this the finest example of the breed by default.

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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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