Like everything else at SEMA, this custom Bronco is amazingly over the top!


If you've ever wanted to own a unique vehicle worthy of being both a SEMA display truck and a television build, then this custom 1969 Ford Bronco is a rare opportunity. Built by RMD Garage of Long Beach, California, this bad Bronco was not only a SEMA vehicle but its build was also featured on what used to be the Velocity channel, and now it's up for sale through Motorgroup Auto Gallery.

Starting with frame-off restoration, this 1969 Ford Bronco was given a truly one-off design thanks to it hand-made "BRONCO" grille, custom steel doors with padded armrests, plenty of integrated LED lights and a one-off roll cage. Adding to this Bronco's show-quality looks, it is finished with BASF matte green paint job with shadow gray accents not to mention the six-inch lift and gray bead-lock wheels wrapped in meaty 35-inch mud terrain tires.

The interior is just as wild with a tan handcrafted leather interior that features mesh cutouts on the front seats, which not only look cool but also help keep the driver and front passenger cool while cruising around. To back up its looks, this Bronco features a fuel-injected 302 CID V8 under the hood, which rumbles to life through a Borla exhaust system, and pairs to a manual transmission.

This Bronco build definitely lives up to its name of Urban Madness with a price tag of $149,995 that almost guarantees this rig will never see dirt, trails or mud. Instead, what you're looking at is a turn-key show truck that will turn heads wherever it goes! Contact Motorgroup Auto Gallery for more information on this custom Bronco or any of the other high-end vehicles in their inventory.

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