Which one of these vintage Ford Broncos would you put in your collection?
With a continuous production run from 1966 through 1996, the Bronco went through five distinct generation changes over the course of 30 years. The very first generation Bronco was produced from 1966 through 1977, and Ford designed and built the off-road compete against the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout in the off-road market. Here are some of the best examples of the first-generation Ford Bronco on the market, heading to the GAA Classic Cars Auction.
1966 Ford Bronco
While many of the first-gen Broncos on the market are modified to some extent (including having the rear fenders cut), this gorgeous '66 Bronco looks like it just rolled off the showroom floor. This U14 half cab is an uncut Bronco that’s powered by a 6-cylinder engine, which is backed by a 3-speed manual transmission. It has been repainted once, and you can see it here.
1969 Ford Bronco
The mid 1960s were arguably one of the most pivotal times in the automotive world. With an incredible lineup of great and innovative minds on hand, Ford had positioned itself to shape the course of the industry with the creation of some of the most iconic vehicles ever made. This is powered by a factory 302 V8, backed by a 3-speed manual transmission, and has been repainted. You can see it here.
1972 Ford Bronco Baja
This is the Bill Stroppe Baja Edition that was built to national show standards. It underwent a no expense spared frame-off nut & bolt restoration.It is powered by a 302 cubic inch engine, which is backed by an automatic transmission. See it here.