Engine Size
351 V8
Transmission Type
Body Style
Body Color
Medium Scarlet & White
Interior Color


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This 1991 Ford Bronco XLT spent it's life in California before coming to Michigan in 2008 where it was used as a summer toy. This bronco is in excellent condition and it runs and drives wonderful!! We received a large folder of receipts for maintenance that was done over the years. This truck was pampered and well cared for. The body on this truck is very clean and straight. The paint looks amazing and we believe it is original paint. We could not find any paintwork or body work on this vehicle. The colors are Medium Scarlett and White. The undercarriage is also extremely nice and there are no signs of rust anywhere. The interior is also really clean and basically all original. We found everything working as it should except for the AC was not blowing cold. The last owner added a custom roll cage from bronco Graveyard and had it painted to match. It looks very nice. This rig has Power Windows and Locks, Tilt, and Cruise Control.

Mechanically this bronco is as good as it gets. We have a pile of receipts and they show regular maintenance as well as a recent rebuild of the original 351W V8 engine!! The engine was done to stock specs with a mild cam and also roller rockers. The engine runs smooth and strong. The transmission is the AOD and it shifts really nice. The transmission was gone through as well but he could not find that receipt. This Bronco has an 8.8 Rear End with 3.55 Gears and it also has some newer 31 Inch BFG's. This is a really nice driving and great looking vehicle for someone.

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