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No Reserve: Modified 1975 Ford Bronco Private

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Location: Laguna Beach
Price: $48,750 Negotiable

This 1975 Ford Bronco was acquired by the seller approximately a year ago after undergoing refurbishment and modifications under previous ownership. Power comes from a fuel-injected 5.0-liter Ford V8 paired with a C4 automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. Additional highlights consist of dark satin gray paint, a 3″ lift, Wilwood disc brakes, 17″ wheels with 33″ tires, a re-trimmed interior with Vintage Air A/C, and more. This Bronco is now offered at no reserve in Laguna Beach, California with a clean Utah title in the seller’s name.

The body was repainted in dark satin gray during the refurbishment and equipped with an aftermarket rear bumper featuring an integrated spare wheel carrier. A removable hard top is fitted, and the windows have been tinted all around.

The truck has been lifted 3″ over matte black 17″ Ion wheels mounted with 33″ Falken Wildpeak A/T tires. Manually-locking Warn hubs are equipped up front. Braking is from red power-assisted four-piston Wilwood calipers and cross-drilled discs at each corner.

The front bucket seats and rear bench are upholstered in black vinyl. A Vintage Air A/C system has been installed along with a three-spoke steering wheel, a modern CD player, and a Centech Wire fuse panel in the glovebox. The five-digit odometer shows 26k miles, with approximately 500 added over the past year. Total mileage is unknown. The seller recently had the door locks and ignition switch replaced.

The fuel-injected 5.0-liter Ford V8 features a black intake manifold with a polished Bronco script panel, an aluminum radiator, and an open cone air filter. Work in April 2019 included re-mounting the ECU on an inner fender, replacement of the spark plugs, and an oil change.

A video of this Bronco pulling away is shown above, and a brief engine-start video is shown via this link.

Power is sent to the rear or all four wheels through a C4 automatic transmission and a 4×4 transfer case. Additional underside shots are provided in the gallery. A video featuring this Bronco can be viewed below: