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1971 Ford Broncocondition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: 4wd
fuel: gas
odometer: 100000
paint color: green
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: offroad
2015-12-03 8:25am
Here is a Bronco that can be your next Resto/Mod for your stable. It is not your typical rusted out tub! It is solid and straight with solid pillar posts and no rust under the chrome strips on the rear quarter panels and doors like so many Broncos have! With as much modifications to the suspension it drives great-does not wander at highway speeds. What an all-round vehicle-it can be a daily driver on the work week and a rock crawler on the weekend. Here are some of the modifications I have made to it:


Stock 302
Howell Fuel Injection System
DEI distributor and HEI ignition.
Modified Exhaust System
Wild Horses Staggered Four Core Radiator with two Derale Tornado Auxiliary Electric Fans
7-Blade Fan
Power Steering with Saginaw Power Steering Pump

Transmission & Transfer Case:
Automatic C-4 Transmission with Column Shifter
Dana 20 Transfer Case with T Shifter
Auxiliary Transmission Cooler-mounted remotely

Dana 44 Front Axle w/ Trutrac Modulation Limited Slip
Ford 9" Rear Axle in 1977 Housing-Big Bearing w/ Trutrac Modulation Limited Slip
Chrome Molly Axle Shafts in front axle
31 Spline Chrome-Moly Rear Axles
4:56 Gears
Disc Brakes on Front Axle with Hydro Boost System
12" Drum Brakes on Rear Axle
35 X 12.50 Tires mounted on 15" Aluminum Wheels
D44 front hubs

Lift & Suspension:
Wild Horses Coil Suspension for 14" Independent Wheel Travel
Wild Front Shock Hoops with Dual Rancho RS 99005 Shocks
Wild Horses Rear Long Travel Suspension with Dual Rancho RS 99005 Shocks
Eleven Leaf Rear Springs
2" Body Lift
3.5" Coil Lift
Cage Extended Radius Arm
Stainless Steel Extended Brake Lines
Extended Drive Shafts by Custom Drive Shafts

Other Modifications:
Protofab Family Style Roll Cage
Protofab Front Bumper w/ TMAX 9000 Winch
Protofab Rear Bumper w/ Rear Swing Away Tire Carrier and Gas Tank
Rocker Panel Skid Plates
Skid Plates for Rear Gas Tank and Transmission
Bestop Soft Top
Master Craft Front Bucket Seats
Wild Horses Custom ChromeTilt Steering Column with Lecarra steering wheel
20 Gallon Auxiliary Gas Tank

It has had a couple of previous owners, so I don't know if the engine is the original 302 engine and also I do not know about the actual mileage. I think the Bronco is a Model U150, U-100 Wagon. It has a couple of rust spots on the cowl and two small pinholes in tailgate-less than 1/8" in diameter. Both rear quarter panel extensions are damaged and the hood has a couple of dents. Also the hood has a small metal tear where the bump stop was set too high on the driver's side. It does have fenders cut out but the body is in great shape.

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