Major Rust Issues: 1974 Ford Bronco Explorer

The Explorer Pack brought a few creature comforts to the 1974 Ford Bronco, and this particular 1974 model has been owned by the same person for 41-years. He is now too old to drive, so the time has come… more»

Four-Door Bronco: 1990 Centurion C350

Escort one F-Series Ford pickup and one Bronco to a shotgun wedding and you get this! Before the Excursion, Ford had no full-size four-door SUV, a market then largely dominated by the Chevrolet Suburban. Centurion Vehicles filled that gap… more»

Solid Project: 1969 Ford Bronco

We’ve seen a few 1st Generation Ford Broncos appear across the desks here at Barn Finds in recent weeks, but as restoration projects go, this appears to be one of the better ones. It will need a bit of… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Rust Free 1971 Ford Bronco Survivor

What Makes It Special? We purchased this car 3 years ago from our neighbor who is 98 now. He bought the truck new and used it exclusively for fly fishing trips around Washington State and British Columbia. It was… more»

Hidden in the Weeds: 1966 Ford Bronco

Some cars can survive for decades with remarkable levels of preservation, while others aren’t so lucky. This 1966 Ford Bronco fits into the latter category, and after many years languishing in a field with weeds so high that the… more»

Solid Off-Roader: 1967 Ford Bronco

It seemed that during the 1960s, the late Lee Iacocca had the golden touch. After the monumental success of the Mustang, he gave product approval for the first Ford Bronco, and the model repaid his faith by becoming an… more»

Uncut Classic: No Reserve 1969 Ford Bronco

When it first broke cover in 1966, the Ford Bronco was aimed at providing healthy competition for both the IH Scout and the Jeep CJ-5. Its styling was simple and minimal, and its mechanical components were essentially unbreakable. It… more»

Driving Survivor: 1968 Ford Bronco

As the days get closer to the new Bronco being revealed, one can still appreciate the heritage from which they are making a comeback. This 1968 Ford Bronco has a current bid price of $9,000 and is located in… more»

READER AD: 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

What Makes It Special? I bought this Bronco from the original owner last November. It had been in an open-sided barn behind his house for the past 18 years after he bought a new Ford truck in 2001. It… more»

World’s Nicest Bronco? 1996 Ford Bronco XLT

It’s not unusual for vehicles from the 1990s to be starting to show their age as time and mileage begin to take their toll. However, there are exceptions to this general rule, and this 1996 Ford Bronco XLT is… more»

SUV Luxury: 1988 Ford C350 Centurion Classic

With a 460ci V8 under the hood, a tow hitch, and seating for up to nine people, this 1988 Ford C350 Centurion Classic would seem to be a pretty good option for anyone looking to cart a family and… more»

Uncut Survivor: 1974 Ford Bronco Sport

We’ve seen a lot of Broncos ramble through the halls of Barn Finds over the last few years. They’re one of the hot vehicles right now as you all know. Jeff Lavery just showed us one with uncut fenders… more»

Rough And Ready: 1972 Ford Bronco Sport

There’s nothing quite like a No Reserve auction to bring the potential buyers running, and this 1972 Bronco is quite a good example of that. After opening at $6,500, the bidding has risen to $8,700, and at that price,… more»

Royal Ties? “Highly Original” 1968 Ford Bronco

The first generation Ford Broncos continue to rise in popularity (and price) and seem to be coming out of the woodwork like crazy. We’ve featured several gen-1 Broncos here on Barn Finds and each one seems to be nicer… more»

Can You Save This 1971 Ford Bronco?

The vintage 4×4 market is red hot at the moment, and this might be your window of opportunity to buy a “baby Bronco” before prices spin completely out of control. At $6,500, however, many will say the price of… more»

Rebuilt 1966 Ford Bronco U13 Roadster

If 56 bidders and a current bid price of $17,101 doesn’t exemplify how popular a 1966 Ford Bronco U13 Roadster is right now, then I don’t know what will. The seller seems to know that as well because the… more»