Restored 1972 Ford Bronco is Bucking Awesome

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With only 400 miles on the odometer, this rugged Bronco is a perfect restomod.

The first-generation Ford Bronco is timeless in its appeal. These Broncos combines classic Ford cool with sporty styling and off-road chops. Texas Best Used Motorcycles is selling this 1972 Ford Bronco, and this blue ox is one stunning ride. It has been restored and rebuilt with high-end parts.

The previous owner was an avid car collector. He built up this beauty, but for some reason, never really used it. There are only 400 miles on the odometer! Everyone knows a Bronco should never be a garage queen. So he let it go. As they say, his loss is our gain.

1972 Ford Bronco

Texas Best Used Motorcycles doesn’t have the complete build sheet, but it is clear this Bronco was a labor of love. Using all high-end parts, the Bronco also boasts a show quality paint job in brilliant blue. Custom bumpers by Wild Horses are a nice period-correct detail. It features a Prerunner front end, classic HID spotlights, and winch with compressed air.

1972 Ford Bronco

The rear has a dual swing out spare tire carrier, YETI cooler rack, and gas can carrier. The rebuild includes an oversized fuel tank and skid plate. A clever modern touch was adding an electric fuel pump for the EFI system.

1972 Ford Bronco

Powered by a small block Windsor that has a 392 stroker kit, it also features an MSD ignition and port fuel injected EFI system. This baby is gonna purr. The all-digital dash is a sharp touch.

Off-road ready, the interior has Corbeau seats  and roll cage. The rebuilt coil rear suspension should be able to keep up with whatever you want to put it through on and off the road. And the new 37″ Pitbull tires are just begging to get dirty.

1972 Ford Bronco

If you’re interested in this beauty, check it out at Texas Best Used Motorcycles online or on You Tube.

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S.J. Bryan is an editor with Ford Truck Enthusiasts and regular contributor to F-150 Online and Harley-Davidson Forums, among other auto sites.

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