Bronco

Grandpa’s Low-Mileage Survivor: 1968 Ford Bronco

With their popularity in the vintage truck market showing no signs of slowing down, we have featured quite a number of first-generation Broncos here on Barn Finds. They seem to generally fall into two condition camps: rough, rusty, and… more»

Special Order Paint: 1969 Ford Bronco

The seller located this 1969 Ford Bronco hidden away in an Idaho barn. They purchased it from its original owner, intending to tackle a custom build. However, when they assessed its overall condition and Special Order paint, they decided… more»

Uncut Classic: 1976 Ford Bronco Ranger

I’ve lost count of how many First Generation Broncos we’ve seen over the past decade at Barn Finds that have been riddled with rust or mutilated as owners seek to fit significantly bigger wheels and tires. This 1976 example… more»

No Reserve: 1967 Ford Bronco

The 1967 model year disappointed Ford when they viewed sales results for their Bronco range. After showing much promise during its first year, sales slumped to a mere 14,230 vehicles for the second year of production. However, times change,… more»

Solid and Desirable: 1968 Ford Bronco

Do you ever wish you had a crystal ball? I know I do every time I see a First Generation Ford Bronco. During the 1980s and 1990s, sellers struggled to find anyone interested in handing over even a modest… more»

Hot Prospect? 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

With restored and modified first-generation Ford Broncos fetching $60,000 to $200,000 or more, gamblers might roll the dice on second-generation Broncos like this 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT in Las Vegas, Nevada. A Coyote-powered ’79 Bronco drawing bids above… more»

Tidy Off-Roader: 1972 Ford Bronco

While it is often easy to determine whether a vehicle is destined to be a future classic, there are times when a crystal ball is needed. Take the First Generation Bronco as an example. It was a competent off-roader… more»

Eddie Bauer Barn Find: 1989 Ford Bronco

As we well know, Ford Broncos have been hot for more than a minute now. The original Ford Bronco will fetch big money even if completely rotten, so it’s no surprise that the last original Bronco (yes, I know,… more»

Pile ‘O Parts or Better Than That? Ford Bronco Project

At Barn Finds, we have seen our share of Ford Broncos of all flavors lately. When a ratty one appears, commenters fall starkly into two camps: restore it, or strip it for parts. The “restore it” crowd points out… more»

Stalled in 1990: 1971 Ford Bronco

We see our share of stalled projects at Barn Finds, with some showing greater promise than others. This 1971 Ford Bronco looks like it could be a beauty. A previous elderly owner commenced the work in the 1990s, but… more»

Restomod Candidate? 1975 Ford Bronco Project

Sometimes it seems like examples of a particular make and model come flooding to market on a daily basis, and thus it is with Ford Broncos lately. We’ve covered several Broncos at Barn Finds this week, but here’s something… more»

Original Owner: 1967 Ford Bronco

There’s no doubt that we see our share of First Generation Ford Broncos here at Barn Finds, but there are a couple of good reasons for this. The first is that the Bronco didn’t sell in the numbers that… more»

Uncut Survivor: 1969 Ford Bronco

In 1965, Ford introduced the Bronco to compete with Jeep’s CJ-5 and International Harvester’s Scout. The company did not waltz into this market unprepared: it helped develop the Jeep during World War II. When the war ended, surplus Jeeps… more»

Snow Plow Included! 1968 Ford Bronco

You have to give Ford its due. In the 1960s, they offered some fascinating and practical options on their new models. This 1968 Bronco is a prime example. It is an original classic that retains its factory Snow Plow…. more»

Wonderfully Preserved 1971 Ford Bronco!

How is it that a 1971 Ford Bronco has survived this crazy world and its’ elements so long, yet remained so eye-catching and structurally sound? A lot of love, that’s how!  With only 42K actual miles, this Bronco is… more»

Original Paint! 1976 Ford Bronco Explorer

According to the ad, this 1976 Ford Bronco was parked in the 1980s and features original paint and un-cut rear quarters! It can be found here on eBay with an asking price of $65,000! While that might seem like… more»