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1975 Ford Bronco Ranger

Sale price: $17,000.00 make an offer

Car location: Raleigh, Mississippi, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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1975 Ford Bronco Ranger for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.05) based on 29 votes
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Vehicle Details

This is my 1975 Ford Bronco with vin U15GLV67413. It is equipped from the factory with a 302 V8 and C4 automatic transmission. I purchased this Bronco about a year ago and have done quite a bit of work to it mechanically, but it is in need of body work. Below are the details. If you have any questions, please message me.

Drivetrain:

The motor starts up and runs good. The engine does tend to idle high at times, but I haven't looked into it as it never bothered me. The transmission was rebuilt within the last few months as well as the transfer case. It shifts out as it should and drives like every other Bronco I have had. While it was out, I upgraded the transfer case shifter to a JB Fab twin stick, but I do have the original J-shifter that will go along with it. Also, a new torque converter and flex plate was installed. The previous owner put disc brakes on the front and it stops as it should. New parts include an alternator, solenoid, voltage regulator, and ignition switch.

Interior:

The front seats have been recovered at some point and the rear seat is in need of recovering. There is a roll bar with seat belts installed. I resealed the heater box, installed a new blower motor and brass heater core, but never put it back on the truck. I took the dash off due it being cracked, but I still have it if the new owner wants it.

Body:

When I purchased the Bronco, it had no doors, but I have three parts doors that go with it. The door posts are in need of replacement, hence the reason there are no doors mounted. I have enjoyed the Bronco as is, though. New body mounts have been installed. The windshield frame will need to be replaced as it has areas that have been repaired due to rust. The front, driver's floor is solid, but has been patched at some point. The transmission tunnel has been cut and fiberglassed at some point. The front, passenger floor is solid, but has been patched. The rear floor looks surprisingly good to me. The front, inner aprons will need to replaced while doing the door posts. The front fenders are usable, but the new owner may choose to replace them. I installed some windshield braces from BC Broncos which can be seen in the pictures.

Two hard tops are included. One needs a little work to fit right and the other is a parts shell.

The frame is solid, but does have some tears at the rear frame horns which can be seen in the pictures.

I will also include a Hobart Handler 190 MIG welder that I had purchased, but will no longer need. There are also a lot of small parts I have accumulated that will go with truck. I also have the Marti report and a clear title in hand.

I have tried to describe my Bronco truthfully, but if there is something you feel is important to you, but I haven't addressed, please ask now.

I think this Bronco has a lot of potential, but obviously needs a good bit of work. Please keep this in mind when bidding and keep your expectations reasonable for this 46 year old Bronco.

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