There’s just something deeply endearing and almost cute about the way the first-gen Ford Bronco looks, especially if it’s not jacked up on silly suspension stilts and off-road rims.
This example looks like it came out of the factory gates in 1975, and while not completely stock, it does a great job of looking like it.
What you see in the gallery below is the result of a major restoration that involved a full body repaint, interior reupholster job and V8 engine rebuild.
The seller says that “this was not a ‘full’ nut and bolt restoration,” but that’s probably because it was not in the worse possible state to begin with.
The engine, a factory 4.9-liter Windsor V8, should be good for 205 hp. It’s connected to a factory three-speed auto that was rebuilt along with it.
It looks especially good in the chosen shade of blue, which does wonders to preserve its stock look. Check out the full details in the sale ad over on MainlyMuscleCars where it’s advertised for $27,950.