A Perfect Color Combo
Finished in Brittany Blue from the factory, this 1967 Ford Bronco wagon was painted the current shade of Seafoam Green under the prior, and second, owner. It looks to be tremendous condition overall and contrasts beautifully with the cream-colored removable hardtop, front grille, and bumpers. A pair of overhead videos illustrate this in the gallery.
Original exterior components include the front grille, uncut fenders, hub caps, and tail lamps. Brightwork is highlighted on the antenna mount, dual side mirrors, door handles, and gas caps for the factory-optional dual fuel tanks, both of which were recently replaced.
The 15” steel wheels retain their original hub caps and are mounted in new Cooper Discoverer STT Pro rubber sized 31 x 10.5 all around, with manual locking front hubs. Disc brakes have been fitted up front and the truck rides on a new suspension system featuring Wild Horses springs, Bilstein dampers, new sway bars, and an anti-sway bar kit.
As seen in the gallery, undercarriage condition shows incredibly well with obvious signs of meticulous maintenance and no known rust. Front and rear lighting is shown operating in the gallery, along with cracked front reflector lenses. Other features include the flip-up tailgate glass and rear tow hitch.
Blemishes are carefully documented in the gallery including assorted paint chips, fraying on the driver’s window seal, cracking on the tailgate window seal, a ding on the tailgate, and flaking paint along the underside of the hardtop rain gutter. Per the seller, there is a small area of surface corrosion behind the bumper.
Simple, Functional Fun
The cabin features the original front bucket and rear bench seats wrapped in Parchment vinyl. Overall condition is impressive considering the age of the car with pulls in the driver-side seams and minor staining highlighted in the gallery.
Seafoam Green carries through inside on the original dashboard and doors, which feature white panels with controls for manual-crank windows and quarter vents. As with the rest of this Bronco, the cabin shows signs of meticulous maintenance top to bottom.
The original two-spoke steering wheel has been retained as have those awesome pull switches with chrome bezels that control the lights, windshield washers, defrost, and more. A 100-mph speedometer sits to the left with surrounding secondary gauges. The odometer currently reads 388 miles.
Originally built with a three-on-the-tree manual transmission, this Bronco was fitted with a floor-mounted automatic transmission under prior ownership. It sits behind the dual-range transfer case lever, which is missing a corner fastener on the trim surround.
Integrating cleanly with the otherwise original interior, the retro-style AM/FM stereo is a modern unit with Bluetooth connectivity. Additional highlights include door gaskets that appear to be in pliable condition, clean black carpeting, black-finished roll bar, dual rear speakers, and tailgate-mounted spare tire.
Optioned to Sizzle
Mounted up front is the original 289 CID V8 that made 200 hp and 282 lb-ft of torque when new. These trucks came standard with a “big frisky” straight-six or the option for this “sizzling” eight-cylinder, classic Ford marketing language that you can’t help but love.
This Bronco has been converted to a three-speed automatic transmission from the factory manual setup, though the owner notes the mechanicals have been retained so it can be converted back if desired. This rear-wheel-drive wagon features a dual-range transfer case to engage all four wheels and locking front hubs.
There are no known issues with the truck and extensive service records will accompany the sale. The most recent work was completed in June of this year and included the following:
- Tow hitch installation
- Installation of AM/FM stereo with Bluetooth connectivity
- New sway bars and anti-sway bar kit
- New suspension system
- New steering linkage
- New front disc brakes
- New dual fuel tanks
- New tires
Located in San Diego, California, this 1967 Ford Bronco has been with the current, and third owner, for the past year during which just 10 miles have been added. Due to work travel commitments, the seller has not had the time drive and enjoy the truck, which is why it is currently up for sale.
Showing only 388 miles on the odometer, the owner does not believe it has rolled over but is not 100% sure. Regardless, this 1967 Bronco is a stunner in Seafoam Green with just enough modern love to keep it running strong with that oh-so awesome vintage feel.