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1970 UnCut Aqua Blue Ford Bronco for sale solid 302 PS PDB

Year: 1970 Color: Aqua Blue with white Rental Terms: $125 per Hr or $900.00 day
Updated: 2/7/2019 11:41:26 PM
Engine: Rebuilt 302 V8 , Modified Headers , Modified Manifold , Modified Air Filter , Modified Ignition , Modified Carburetor , radiator upgrade
Transmission: Rebuilt 3 speed Manual , Shifter on the floor , dana 20 transfer case , New clutch
Exterior: Custom Paint , Restored Hardtop , Original Bumpers , Stock steel hood , Factory spare tire carrier , factory chrome mirrors , Un-Cut
Interior: Restored stock seats , Custom Carpeting , Rear seat , vinyl door panels , vinyl rear side panels , vinyl tailgate panel , Tuffy locking center console , Legend 4 point rear family roll cage , Shoulder belts , RR Billet dash knobs
Brakes: Modified Front Disc, Drums Rear , power brake system
Steering: Modified Power Steering
Suspension: 2.5" Lift , WCB Extended Radius Arms , bilstein shocks , variable rate coil springs
Features: Custom Stereo
Electrical: restored stock wire harness
Tires: 265/70R/15
Wheels: 15x6" stock rims
Fuel System: 23 gallon main tank
axles: Dana 30 , 4.11 gears , limited slip Ford 9"
This 1970 Ford Bronco has uncut fenders and has had a lot of recent upgrades, including a great running 302 engine with a freshly rebuilt Edlebrock 4 barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, ceramic headers and dual exhaust system. Any engine leaks were addressed back in 2011 and 2012, when major upgrades were done. It got a remanufactured Ford 9" rear axle with all new brakes installed back in 2012. This Bronco can be driven every day without having to worry about it breaking down.

It has a smooth shifting 3 speed manual transmission and a newer clutch assembly. It has new e-brake cables, master cylinder, new brake lines throughout, new fuel lines, choke and throttle linkage were repaired, a new harmonic balancer, alternator, heater hose and clamps, motor and transmission mounts were replaced, it got new battery cables, a set of better leaf springs, U-bolt and urethane bushings for leaf springs were replaced, new track bar bushings were installed, it got a new front drive shaft, a new 23 gallon fuel tank, new Warn premium hubs. The heater system works and blows hot air like it should.

It has a clean Dana 30 front axle, with newer power disc brakes, and it just got a new heavy duty WCB power steering system installed, it has relatively new steering linkages, so they were not replaced. We recently had it pressure washed, plus a complete interior detail has been done. The transfer case was rebuilt, and a new clutch was installed, plus a new head lamp dimmer switch and a new headlamp switch were installed. It was painted before the most current owner acquired it. It has some barely noticeable rust in the common places, but nothing that can't be easily repaired. The drivers side floor pan has been replaced, the passenger floor pan is solid, the outer door handle is slightly pushed in (around 1/8"), this is a fairly easy repair. This repair could be done while the door post is being repaired.

It has newer carpeting and aluminum carpet hold down trim. The head liner is in really good shape, as are the wiper motor cover and sun visors. The hard top was installed while the Bronco was re-painted. We're removing the hard top this week, then installing a new Legend 4 point rear roll caged a new black Safari top, plus retractable front and rear seat belts, these upgrades should be done before the coming weekend.

We recently completed several upgrades to this Bronco, including adding a new passenger side door mirror, new grille lights, backing pads and lenses, new hard top side window seals, a new set of freshly restored factory stock Parchment pleated German vinyl seats, along with matching pleated vinyl door, rear side and tailgate panels, plus some new inner door parts and a new chrome front bumper. We blacked-out the entire engine bay, the under side, the axles, chassis and the under carriage.

We also gave it a new soft-ride 2.5" suspension lift, a new powder coated set of WCB custom extended radius arms, a set of Smooth Retro 17x7" wheels (powder coated off-white) with Retro hub caps and new 285/70R7 BFG All Terrain tires, including a matching spare. This Bronco will be ready to take home by 2-10-19. We will be shooting videos of it this coming weekend in Pacific palisades if anybody wants to come test drive it over the weekend?

Currently priced at $54,500.00.

Call Shaun for more information and options 310-293-7801

BELOW are some other things we would suggest to make this Bronco even better:

ADD: Fix all rust in vehicle $3,500.00 parts, materials and labor (needs 2-3 weeks at our paint shop) This work will make this Bronco 100% rust free.

Convert to a 4 speed automatic with a new tilt steering column and a 2 year warranty from the transmission builder for $9,500.00 installed. This includes drive shaft mods, floor mods, shifter cables, kick down cable, torque converter, shift controller, labor and installation.

ADD: Rebuild 302 engine while transmission is being converted (although it doesn't NEED to be rebuilt) plus add all new parts surrounding the engine $4,900.00 installed

ADD: Complete tear down, bodywork, then apply 2 stage base coat/clear coat paint in your color choice. $17,500.00 parts, labor and materials (this includes everything needed to make this Bronco paint work look brand new again) Time needed to complete this work 6-8 weeks

If we end up doing all of the above work, after all of this work is completed, this Bronco will be a $120K Bronco that someone will have much less $$$ into.

Call Shaun for more options 310-293-7801
2/7/2019 - With new smooth retro wheels hub caps and BFG 285/70R17 tires
1/26/2019 - New 2.5" lift with extended radius arms being installed
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