Several Mint Ford Broncos, Trucks, and Mustangs are Up for Grabs

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Since Ford isn’t going to build a new Bronco any time soon, if you want one, you have to buy one of the originals. If you want to get a truly original Bronco, you have to pick up one of the first-generation models.

Luckily, two of them will be for sale at Dana Mecum’s 28th Original Spring Classic 2015 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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Ford dealer and collector Rick Baker will be putting his Blue Oval collection of nearly 30 vehicles on the block for the event, which takes place May 12-17.

One of them will be a Skylight Blue 1966 Bronco U140 Half Cab Pickup that was frame-off restored 10 years ago. It features a white removable hardtop and a three-speed manual gearbox hooked up to a 170 cubic-inch I6.

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Another 1966 Bronco will be available, too. Back in the day, it was modified for hardcore off-roading by KbarS Bronco Specialties for Dirt Devil Magazine. The supplier fitted the SUV with “cut-out doors, dual shocks, lift kit, fender flares, pre-runner bumpers and roll cage, dual fuel tanks, a bed-mounted tire carrier and lockouts.”

Under the hood, there’s the familiar 170 cubic-inch I6. However, it features an upgraded cam, intake, head, and exhaust header. That engine’s connected to a three-speed manual transmission with a Hurst shifter.

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Rick Baker will also be selling a pair of F100s (a frame-off restored ’53 and an award-winning ’67), a flare-side short-bed 1985 F150, and several cars, including a loaded 2005 Ford GT with only 310 miles on it and several Mustangs – Shelby, Boss, and Mach 1.

See all of the Rick Baker vehicles that will be heading to auction in May by clicking the Mecum Auctions link below.

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Derek Shiekhi contributes to a variety of Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including J-K Forum , Jaguar Forums, and 5 Series. He's also a member of the Texas Auto Writers Association.

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