Modified 1975 Ford Bronco PrivateCars - Tempelhof - 2 views
This 1975 Ford Bronco is finished in Pepper Gray Metallic with a matte black hardtop and is powered by a 351ci Windsor V8 paired with a five-speed manual transmission and a Dana 20 dual-range transfer case. The previous owner started a refurbishment in 2013 that included blasting and refinishing the chassis, a Wild Horses fiberglass hood, a 3.5″ suspension lift, a 2″ body lift, custom front and rear bumpers, and front disc brakes. The selling dealer acquired the truck in early 2020 and completed the build by refinishing the body and hardtop, refreshing the interior, and installing the AX15 five-speed transmission. Additional equipment includes LED headlights, a Kenwood CD stereo, 17×8″ FUEL wheels, and more as described below. This modified Bronco is now offered by the selling dealer with records since 2013, a new Rampage convertible soft top and frame, and a clean Arizona title.
The body was disassembled and refinished in Pepper Gray Metallic using R-M Diamont base coat and clear coat in March 2020, and was subsequently color sanded and buffed. Additional modifications include LED headlights, a 2″ body lift, a Wild Horses fiberglass hood with a ram-air-style scoop, custom fabricated steel front and rear bumpers, a steel rear tire carrier, Rock Crusher side steps/rock sliders, and bolt-on fender flares. A replacement windshield and rear hardtop glass were fitted along with new seals after the repaint, and black window moldings were installed. Black emblems and light bezels have been fitted, and black door mirrors are mounted on each side. A new black Rampage convertible soft top and frame was reportedly test fitted on the truck and will accompany the sale.
17×8″ FUEL D619 Podium wheels were installed in 2020 and are wrapped in 35×12.50″ Cooper Evolution M/T tires. The frame was blasted and refinished in 2014, and was fitted with a 3.5″ lift with replacement springs and bushings. The truck is equipped with power steering and power brakes with front discs, and replacement parts installed in 2020 included eight new shocks and a steering stabilizer from Tom’s Broncos.
The interior is fitted with aftermarket bucket seats embroidered with Bronco script, and the tub is coated in Raptor Liner and covered with a black rubber mat. Equipment includes a replacement wiper motor and cover, a replacement dash pad, a tilt steering column, billet window cranks and sill plates, and an eight-point roll bar mounted with front shoulder belts. An aftermarket steel center console houses a Kenwood CD stereo, and Kenwood speakers are mounted in a custom panel affixed to the center of the roll cage.
Factory instrumentation consists of a 100-mph speedometer and gauges for alternator charge, fuel level, coolant temperature, and oil pressure. A Pro-Tech 8k-rpm tachometer is mounted to the steering column ahead of an aftermarket three-spoke steering wheel. The five-digit odometer shows 33k miles, though true mileage is unknown, and the selling dealer notes that the fuel gauge is not accurate when using the auxiliary fuel tank.
The 351ci Windsor V8 was built, balanced, and blueprinted in 2013 prior to being installed in place of the factory 302ci V8. Components include 9.5:1 Keith Black pistons, an RV camshaft, an Edelbrock Performer four-barrel carburetor, fabricated aluminum valve covers, and an aluminum radiator.
Power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through an Aisin-Warner AX15 five-speed manual transmission and a Dana 20 “twin-stick” dual-range transfer case. The transmission was installed in 2020 along with a replacement clutch kit, a new throw-out bearing, and rebuilt driveshafts with new u-joints. Additional underside photos are provided in the gallery, and the seller has provided walk-around, startup, and drive-by videos below, along with videos showcasing the underside of the truck and displaying light operation.