Painted less than 1,000 miles ago, the bright shade of blue looks great across all body panels, front grille and both bumpers. Along with this work, emblems, trim and bulbs were replaced, and side mirrors were touched up. Features include a raked windshield, BFGoodrich All-Terrain rubber wrapping 5-spoke alloys, locking front hubs, and dual rear exhaust outlets.
As documented in the gallery, there are cosmetic blemishes on the front grille and bumper, hood, and left front wheel arch. Spots of rust can be seen on an otherwise clean undercarriage, but as the owner notes there is no major corrosion present.
Open Air Fun
The body-color blue continues inside with a black dashboard and black door panel inserts. This Bronco wagon features dual front buckets upholstered in gray vinyl with blue piping and a rear bench seat. The three-spoke steering wheel has a Ford Mustang horn button and frames a Sunpro 8,000-rpm tachometer strapped to the steering column.
The original 100-mph speedometer is retained with is integrated gauges for amperage, fuel level, coolant temperature and oil pressure. Cabin features include a glove box, roll bar, and all-season floor mats. A new Tom’s Off-Road six-point roll cage kit, that was never installed, will be included with the sale.
As highlighted in the gallery, door sills on both sides are in very good shape. Per the owner, the floor-mounted shifter lever needs to be replaced due to an inoperable button. Additionally, the passenger seat and rear bench need to be bolted down as the are currently unsecured.
351 Windsor Power
Under the hood is a 351 Windsor V8 breathing through a 600 cfm Holley carburetor with electric choke that was recently adjusted. It mates to a rebuilt Ford C-4 three-speed automatic transmission, with H-28 converter, to drive the rear, or all four, wheels via dual-range transfer case.
The following maintenance work was completed within the last 1,000 miles:
- New set of engine gaskets and spark plugs
- Thermostat and gasket replaced
- Replacement alternator belt
- New R/S front brake hose and brake system bleed
- Steel fuel line installed
- Transfer case resealed
- Transmission rebuilt
- Full tune up
Per the owner, the Bronco, which is stored in a heated garage, was running strong last year but is currently not starting due to a suspected dead battery.
Located in Mahopac, New York, this 1967 Ford Bronco has been with the current owner for the past four years, during which 500 of the 33,000 indicated miles have been added. The owner had been working on the truck steadily but no longer has the time to keep wrenching. A variety of extra parts including visors and front grille chrome trim will accompany the sale.
As the owner notes, this Bronco would benefit from a deeper refresh, but overall, it is a clean truck in solid condition that is just waiting to deliver vintage open-air fun to its next steward.