Lot 103

Arizona 2024

1974 Ford Bronco Custom

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$190,400 USD | Sold

United States Flag | Phoenix, Arizona

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U15GLU63287
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  • Fully upgraded while retaining the beloved period styling of the legendary Bronco
  • Tastefully built on a Kincer chassis and featuring a 435-hp 5.0-liter Coyote V-8
  • Six-speed automatic transmission, Willwood brakes, and countless other modern features for comfortable driving
  • Attractive period color of Wind Blue with custom billet wheels true to the original Bronco style
  • An ideal Bronco to use and enjoy with modern driving comforts

The Ford Bronco, introduced in 1966, changed little over succeeding years, a testament to its excellent design and popularity. Tough, practical, and simple, the small, rugged, four-wheel-drive vehicle served a particular purpose and did so exceedingly well. The Bronco’s reputation took off quickly and it soon became one of Jeep’s biggest competitors. A precursor to today’s immensely popular sport utility vehicles, the Bronco developed a loyal following, allowing it to remain in production up until the 1977 model year. With classic styling, easy access to parts, off-road versatility, and a rugged reputation, these early Broncos are treasured by enthusiasts and collectors more than ever.

While the styling of the Bronco remains iconic and highly desirable among enthusiasts today, its driving characteristics conjure fewer fond memories. A cottage industry has emerged with companies specializing in modernizing original Broncos while retaining the timeless styling of the original car. One of the leading names in the Bronco world is Kincer, which specializes in building new Bronco chassis and suspension systems better suited to the 21st century.

This custom-built Bronco was assembled on a Kincer chassis and features desirable upgrades that transform the truck into a serious performer with modern luxuries. Powered by a 5.0-liter Coyote V-8 engine with high-performance internals, this unit is paired with a 6R80 six-speed automatic transmission that feeds into an Atlas II transfer case. The upgraded coil-spring suspension features a front 9-44 hybrid axle assembly and a nine-inch stamped rear axle. Willwood brakes with 15-inch rotors front and rear are surrounded by custom 18-inch Billet wheels and BF Goodrich all-terrain tires. All brake and fuel lines are finished in stainless steel. A full list of mechanical specifications and upgrades is on file and can be found on the Documentation tab online.

The Wind Blue exterior is contrasted by a white hardtop for a delightful period-correct look while the interior features bright red seats, door card inserts, and steering wheel. Additionally, a Pioneer infotainment system allows occupants to control the upgraded audio system. While many customized Broncos were built with a more modern styling interpretation, this unique example retains the charming appeal of the original. From a distance it could be mistaken for an unmodified Bronco.

More popular than ever, the Ford Bronco has endured as a beloved model to anyone who appreciates the go-anywhere, rugged qualities it has to offer. Such a well-built example will certainly be cherished by its next owner, be it on a beach cruise or the next off-road adventure.