Roll Luxuriously In A 2019 Ford Bronco H&H Bronco Recreation

By Steven Symes Dec 10, 2019
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By Steven Symes Dec 10, 2019
This is not your father’s or grandfather’s Ford Bronco.

Pretty much everyone loves the old-school looks of the classic Ford Bronco. However, enduring the stripped-down features included in vintage examples might not be what you have in mind. That’s where a 2019 Ford Bronco H&H Bronco Recreation from Central Classic Cars comes into the picture. These low-volume new SUVs give you the throwback design you want, but in an all-new vehicle loaded with amenities. Essentially, it’s a way to have your cake and eat it, too.

All that muscular sheet metal on the Bronco Recreation is completely new. That means no blemishes or flaws, and no dealing with less durable fiberglass. You’ll find other exterior details boast excellent fit and finish, like the steel fender flares and glass which is mounted flush. Everything about these vehicles is of high quality, so you don’t need to worry about durability or other issues.

Under the skin is a 2-inch by 4-inch box tubing chassis. TIG welded, that structure can handle all the punishment you might dish out, helping to ensure the fun doesn’t stop shortly after you hit the trail. You also benefit from forged rod ends, a triple-link front suspension and quadra-link design rear.

You’ll notice the Bronco rides a little high. Instead of a half-baked solution to give the off-roader a height boost, H&H Performance uses an integrated body lift. That allows fitting larger tires on the vehicle, increasing ground clearance and overall utility for trail rides.

A modern and reliable Ford Performance Coyote V8 crate engine provides way more power than what originally came in Broncos. That means plenty of torque for pulling through mud, snow, or sand. That engine is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission, taking the guesswork out of operating the SUV. An Atlas transfer case and Ford 9-inch fabricated differentials help send that power to all four wheels, providing you with optimal control in any conditions.

Thanks to a removable top, you can enjoy your surroundings fully while riding in this custom Bronco. Luxuries abound, like hand-stitched leather seats, air conditioning, heat, touch screen navigation, power windows, Bluetooth, and a push-button ignition.

Built in limited quantities, these H&H Bronco Restorations are in high demand for obvious reasons. After all, how else would you get a brand-new, classic Ford Bronco loaded up with modern features?

Central Classic Cars has plenty of other impressive vehicles. The company also offers a car locator service, if there’s a vehicle you absolutely want but are having trouble finding. You can even consign a vehicle you want to sell, simplifying the process. Contact the dealer with any questions you might have.


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