- Engine Size
- 351 V8
- Transmission Type
- Body Style
- Body Color
- 2 Tone Blue
- Interior Color
RESTORED 84 FORD BRONCO! WESTERN TRUCK. BEAUTIFUL!!!
This 1984 Ford Bronco went through a complete and comprehensive restoration and it has under 500 miles on it since being completed. It started out as a Western truck with no rust issues and became a labor of love for the previous owner. Yes, it is as nice as it looks in the pictures and it is probably one of the nicest you will find. The body is super straight and clean and when it was painted it was disassembled and repainted by a professional shop to the tune of $6,100. The exterior trim was also replaced at the time of painting with OEM parts and he spent much time looking for the nicest OEM trim he could find. The interior is also all new. This includes carpet, headliner, sound deadning, seats recovered, dash, etc. Everything inside was addresses including weather stripping and rear window rebuilt. Every gauge works and every light, blinker, wipers, horn....everything.
The engine is a 351 Windsor. It is a new crate engine from S & J engines in Spokane, WA. The reason they put in a new engine is because this Bronco sat for a long time and was a barn find. The engine was shot so he went new. Everything they put on the engine is new as well. Alternator, Carb, radiator, water pump, everything. New Dual Exhaust, new exhaust manifolds. We have all of the receipts for the engine rebuild. Automatic Transmission was also rebuilt and that includes a new torque converter. All axles, brakes, driveshafts, shocks, etc. Everything was rebuilt or replaced underneath.
This Bronco is ready to go and it runs and drives excellent. If you are looking for a mid 80's Bronco this is the one to get. These are going up in value and now is the time to buy. We hand pick each vehicle, drive it, inspect it, and make sure it is ready for you to enjoy! We drive what we sell so that we can give you a first hand and accurate report on how the vehicle runs and drives.
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