Engine Size
302 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Style
Body Color
Desert Tan Metallic
Interior Color


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This 1987 Ford Bronco is pretty cool with a 4 Speed Manual Transmission. This is an extra clean Bronco from Arizona that had a nice repaint at some point and had a new engine as well. Just a really nice rig that runs and drives wonderful. The body on this Bronco is clean and straight. It is a solid vehicle, as it should be, coming out of the Southwest. When it was repainted, it was done in the original color of Desert Tan Metallic and they also installed new side moldings at that time. It was a quality paint job and it still looks great! The underside is also extremely clean as you can see in the pictures. The interior on this Bronco is really nice and clean too. Everything appears to be original except the Eddie Bauer Seats and it it just a really well kept vehicle. All of the lights, blinkers, gauges, horn and heat are working. The Ac is not blowing cold and the Cruise is not working. Everything else is in good working order.

Mechanically this Bronco is excellent!! The last owner told us a new 302 V8 was installed. Although we do not have receipts, it is clear this is a new engine with al new components installed. It starts easy and runs strong with no issues and no red flags. The transmission is the T-18 4 Speed manual that shifts nice with a newer clutch. It is mated to the Borg Warner Transfer Case and the 4WD works as it should. Rear Axle is the 8.8 Inch and the Front Axle is the DANA 44. They both have 3.55 Gears. The truck has a newer set of 31 Inch All terrains mounted on a nice set of Aluminum Wheels.

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