Well, you can pretty much forget about keeping a low profile in this dialed-in 1970 Ford Bronco 4x4, although we bet you won't mind that one bit. Featuring a beautiful restoration, fuel-injected 302 V8 power, a desirable C4 automatic transmission, a host of choice options like power steering, power 4-wheels disc brakes, and air conditioning, and a lifted stance punctuated with a gorgeous white-and-red paint job – it's an awesome example of Ford's legendary SUV. And with only 957 miles on the build, the party's just getting started. So many Broncos led hard lives, were bashed off road, cut up into custom crude Jeep-like creations, and lost to simple atrophy in the rust belt. This 1970 Early Bronco, however, is a clean, handsome, solid SUV with an incredibly attractive Red paint job professionally applied over straight sheetmetal. And straight is the optimal word, because the angular, flat panels of the Bronco have been smoothed and sanded and buffed, giving it a great look that certainly isn't perfect but is almost too nice to risk dragging through the brush. This EB came out of the factory covered in Code 6 Acapulco Blue finish, but the builders made the right choice by upgrading to the shade of red you see today. With less than 1K miles on the restoration, the finish still looks incredibly fresh, has a deep luster, and is very uniform throughout the body – all signs that point to an expensive, top driver-quality job that was executed the right way. The shiny red finish gives this Bronco a bright disposition that perfectly fits the era in which it was born and when combined with a contrasting white roof on the hardtop (removable, of course) and white fender flares, it just shouts "Fun!". The iconic front grille was finished white to match and outlined in chrome brightwork that adds a sporty touch, matching the front bumper just below it, the corresponding rear bumper, and the dual exhaust tips that just out the side out back. Black nerf bars match the black swing-away spare tire carrier in the rear, and the spare itself was concealed under a vinyl Ford Bronco cover for a neat finish. The interior is relatively basic, yes, but it's fresh and does 'basic' with lots of style. The deep, wide bucket seats are thicker, sportier, better sculpted, and a lot more comfortable than the stock units, and they've been upholstered in tan leather that's as supple as it is durable. A custom center console was fabricated to split the seats, and it houses cup holders, the shifter for the 4x4 transfer case, and a Pioneer double-din multi-media head unit. Custom tan door cards were fitted into the steel doors to add some sophistication inside, matching the rear bench seat and subsequent rear side paneling, while the thick, black dash pad makes things feel more civilized, as does the taut black carpeting that insulates the cab from below. A sporty, wood-rimmed steering wheel feels great in the hands of the driver, and it's joined on the tilt column by a polished shifter that makes this Early Bronco a 'set-it and forget-it' cruiser. The steel dashboard was painted red to match the exterior and upgraded with a new all-in-one Dakota Digital gauge, wiring harness, fresh knobs and switches, and an aftermarket R134a A/C unit that blows ice cold. And while your first choice will always be to drive the Bronco alfresco, the removable hardtop does seal up nicely, and the rear seat has room for two in a pinch. The 302 cubic inch V8 under the hood is torquey and ready to rock. Finned Bronco valve covers and a chrome air cleaner provide a little flash in the engine bay, although even with its upgrades the set-up looks very close to stock. You'll note that this Bronco was built for the business of driving, evidenced by the power 4-wheel disc brake and power steering systems in place, welcome additions immediately recognized by anyone that's ever driven a classic and longed for such amenities. Note the clean satin black fenders and firewall, along with recent hoses and ignition system components, further proof that this Bronco has not been ridden hard and put up wet. An MSD ignition system and coil spark the block to life, a Holley Sniper EFI system mounted atop an Edelbrock intake provide immediate throttle response, while Edelbrock E-Street aluminum heads and long-tube headers help the small block build power while exhaling through the dual exhaust system below. The C4 3-speed automatic gearbox is somewhat rare to find in an Early Bronco and shifts very well, the 2-speed transfer case will take you just about anywhere, and both heavy-duty 9-inch solid axles are ready to play in the dirt. The lifted, off-road look is tied in perfectly by a set of beautiful 15-inch ProComp alloy wheels wrapped in 31x10.5x15 BFGoodrich T/A white-letter radials with plenty of tread. Currently, there's nothing hotter on the market than an Early Bronco, and this '70 has been restored WAY better than most. With V8 power, an automatic transmission, and great options, it's a blast to drive on pavement and will still take you anywhere you want to go. Call today!

  • Fuel
  • Body TypesSUV
  • Exterior ColourRed
  • Number of doors2
  • Interior ColourTan
  • VIN CodeU15GLG83010

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