1975 Ford Bronco PrivateCars - Ashburn - 3 views
This 1975 Ford Bronco was acquired by the seller three years ago and has since been refurbished in orange over a tan interior by Hardcore Hot Rods of Sterling, Virginia. Power is from a 302ci V8 paired with a three-speed manual transmission and a two-speed transfer case, and the truck is equipped with 17″ American Racing wheels, Nitto Terra Grappler tires, four-wheel disc brakes, and power steering. Interior equipment includes a Sony head unit paired with Rockford Fosgate speakers and an auxiliary heater. This U15 Bronco was finished approximately six months ago and is now offered with hard and soft tops, refurbishment photos, and a clean Virginia title in the seller’s name.
The body was repainted in orange following rust repair in the floors and fenders according to the seller, while the frame and suspension were coated with POR-15. Black accents include Rhino-lined bumpers, a painted grille, and plastic fender flares which are mounted over cut wheel arches in the rear. Photos taken during the paintwork are shown in the gallery below.
The truck is fitted with a body-colored hardtop and said to come with a black Rampage soft top with a tinted zip-out window. Black 17″ American Racing wheels wear 285/70 Nitto Terra Grappler tires showing 2017 date codes, and a full-size spare tire is included in the sale. A four-wheel power-assisted disc brake conversion was carried out, while suspension work included installation of new shocks, radius arms, tie rods, drag link bushings, and ball joints.
The cabin features tan cloth and vinyl Corbeau bucket front seats with adjustable headrests and five-point harnesses. A matching bench seat is mounted in the rear, replacement door panels have been fitted, and black carpets cover the floors. A locking center console with cupholders sits between the front seats and is said to house a Sony stereo paired with a Sound Ordnance amplifier and Rockford Fosgate speakers.
A wood-rimmed Drake steering wheel rests on a tilting column in front of a steel dash painted to match the exterior. The stock speedometer was rebuilt and shows approximately 530 miles, with actual mileage unknown. The three-speed manual transmission and two-speed transfer case levers have been replaced with billet versions, and a RoadPro heater is fitted.
The 302ci V8 was serviced with a new oil pan gasket, hoses, belts, and pulleys as well as a high-flow water pump, high-efficiency shrouded electric fans, and aftermarket valve covers. The truck is equipped with power steering, and the front driveshaft has been replaced along with the rear U-joint.