Patina’d 1968 Ford Bronco Survivor!

Everybody knows the Bronco. Originally, the Bronco was designed to compete with the likes of the International Scout and the Jeep CJ. Until recently, the Jeep was the only one of the three to survive into the modern era,… more»

Running 302: 1969 Ford Bronco

There are some classics that you look at and begin to wonder whether the bubble will ever burst on them. The 1st Generation Ford bronco is a perfect example because values have continued to spiral upwards in recent years…. more»

Recently Refreshed: 1968 Ford Bronco Pickup

We’ve seen quite a few 1st Generation Ford Bronco projects appear on our desks recently here at Barn Finds, and some of them have represented major restorations. That makes this 1968 Bronco Pickup a refreshing change. This is a… more»

Heavy Duty Project: 1975 Ford Bronco

I have referred to this 1975 Ford Bronco as a heavy-duty project, and it would seem to be in more ways than one. The original owner ordered it with some heavy-duty drivetrain options, and the buyer will need to… more»

Original Paint: 1975 Ford Bronco 302

For some reason, four-wheel drives captivate US truck buyers. It might be because it gives the driver a feeling that they can go almost anywhere. Ford capitalized on this market when it introduced the Ford Bronco. This example is… more»

Uncut Low-Mile 1975 Ford Bronco 302

While they built a lot of Ford Broncos, it is rare to find one this nice. Located in Campbell, California, this 1975 Ford Bronco is an uncut example of Ford’s midsize 4WD offering that competed with the Jeep and… more»

No Reserve: 1971 Ford Bronco

Some vehicles perform better in the classic market than others. The 1st generation Bronco is a perfect example of a vehicle that has hit its straps because values have generally increased across the board by around 30% in the… more»

Well Optioned: 1976 Ford Bronco 302

The original owner of this 1976 Ford Bronco decided to equip the vehicle with a tasty selection of factory and dealer options. These would have made this a comfortable vehicle when it was new, and with the values of… more»

Cheap Project? 1966 Ford Bronco

Some classic vehicles can pose a nightmare to own or restore because various parts are made from that rare material called “unobtainium.” However, there are others where the parts supply is so comprehensive that you could perform a full… more»

Original 302: 1974 Ford Bronco Ranger

The 1st Generation Bronco continues to be a highly-sought vehicle. This desirability increases if the vehicle in question is rust-free and hasn’t been cut to accommodate larger wheels and tires. This 1974 Bronco Ranger has spent its life in… more»

Uncut Survivor: 1966 Ford Bronco

In recent times here at Barn Finds, we’ve seen a few classics come across our desks that have generated astonishing levels of interest when they have been listed for sale. This 1966 Ford Bronco continues that trend because while… more»

Rare Denver Broncos Edition: 1975 Ford Bronco

This is a truck especially for Colorado readers–a 1975 Ford Bronco Denver Broncos Special Edition.  Ford’s promotional wizardry sold 214 of the Special Edition Broncos in 1975, and this particular car was one of only 96 built with the… more»

Beautiful One Owner 1979 Ford Bronco

Second-generation Broncos aren’t as popular as their first-gen cousins, but they are certainly gaining popularity (and value). This one is from 1979 and can be found here on eBay with a requested opening bid of $19,000. According to the window… more»

Shed Find: 1974 Ford Bronco Ranger Project

Before you get your hopes up, you must realize that this 1974 Ford Bronco is a project. Once your expectations are a little lower, this truck appears to have a lot of potential. The Bronco is listed here on… more»

U15 Barn Find: 1968 Ford Bronco

There are only 19 hours remaining on this auction for this 1968 Ford Bronco. The truck is located in Nashville, Indiana and, while a barn find, is in above average shape compared to some of the U15 Broncos we… more»

U14 Half Cab: 1966 Ford Bronco

This cute little truck is a 1966 early production Ford Bronco Half Cab also known by the designation U14. The Bronco still sports its original paint except for the roof. The Bronco Half Cab is listed for sale here… more»