Uncut 1970 Ford Bronco is a Low Mileage Gem

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Everybody loves a wildly built old Bronco, but sometimes we so seldom see an original, uncut one that we forget what they looked like fresh off the showroom floor.  Early Broncos are among the most popular vehicles to modify because they are just so darn cool with big wheels, tires, and engines.

That’s what makes this uncut 1970 Bronco so special – it still looks like the sport ‘ute that Ford intended it to be.  There are no fender flares here, no ginormous Super Swamper tires, no six inch lift, and no Coyote swap under the hood.  Just pure, original Bronco goodness.


That isn’t to say that it’s a goat, either.  The paint has been redone and looks great, and it has a new soft top installed.  The interior is basically all new, repainted and restitched.  A newer radio and speakers are the only departure from 1970.


The 302 is believed to be the original motor, and it’s showing a mere 72,000 miles on the clock.  It’s backed up by a classic three on the tree transmission.  The engine bay is quite clean, like the rest of the truck.


Overall this ’70 is a clean package that serves as a nice reminder that Broncos are cool even if they haven’t been heavily modified.  And with original early Broncos becoming more and more scarce, here’s hoping somebody keeps it that way.

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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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