Sitting in the Woods: 1969 Ford Bronco

Do you ever wonder how many old cars and trucks have been languishing on someone’s property, cast aside like any other piece of trash, when one day the owners realize it could be worth selling? That’s the feeling I… more»

62k Original Miles: 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition

No vehicle encapsulates the cyclical nature of the new car market better than the Ford Bronco. Initially ignored by the buying public, it experienced impressive sales growth in the late 1970s. Volumes dropped during the 1980s, reaching a point… more»

No Reserve: 1973 Ford Bronco

Determining which vehicles will become desirable classics in fifty years is a “crystal ball” exercise. Some candidates, like the Corvette, Camaro, and Mustang, are obvious choices. However, if you had told a Bronco owner in 1973 that their new… more»

No Reserve: 1973 Ford Bronco

I typically avoid featuring two similar classics in quick succession, but I couldn’t resist with this 1973 Ford Bronco. It comes hot on the heels of this sad 1972 model, but describing the pair as polar opposites would not… more»

Worth Fixing? 1972 Ford Bronco

We’ve seen some pretty sad First Generation Ford Broncos cross our desks at Barn Finds, but this 1972 example could be among the best (or worst?) we have ever seen. Time and the elements haven’t been kind, and while… more»

No Reserve: 1978 Ford Bronco

If you look beyond the surface corrosion and tired paint, this 1978 Ford Bronco offers a lot to a potential new owner. Returning it to a presentable state should be straightforward because it appears there is no penetrating rust… more»

Garage-Kept Survivor: 1975 Ford Bronco

The classic market has been volatile during the past year, with some models suffering more than others. The First Generation Bronco has been a consistent performer for years, but even it hasn’t been immune. However, solid and original examples… more»

Better Than It Looks? 1972 Ford Bronco

It is easy to judge a book by its cover. A cursory glance at this 1972 Ford Bronco suggests it is a classic suffering the typical rust issues that plague these vehicles, and returning it to its former glory… more»

Drives Like New: 1971 Ford Bronco Project

We see plenty of First Generation Ford Broncos at Barn Finds, which typically fall into two categories. Some are pristine, while others need everything replaced but the wiper blades. This 1971 example walks a welcome middle ground. It has… more»

Rebuilt 302: 1974 Ford Bronco

We’ve recently seen a few tidy First Generation Broncos cross our desks at Barn Finds, and while this 1974 model isn’t original, its upgraded V8 should offer a welcome performance improvement. Unmolested examples will generally attract the most interest,… more»

Original Paint: 1981 Ford Bronco

One of the lessons I’ve learned the hard way over the years of buying and selling old cars is that my fellow enthusiasts really do place an emphasis on originality. The closer a vehicle is to its factory condition… more»

Rust-Free Classic: 1977 Ford Bronco

The First Generation Bronco was reaching the end of its production life by the time our feature vehicle rolled off the line in 1977. Ford documentation reveals the company had estimated a production tally of 40,000 units per year,… more»

No Reserve 1968 Ford Bronco 4×4

We see our share of First Generation Ford Broncos at Barn Finds, and this is for a fundamental reason: These classics are extraordinarily desirable and popular. This 1968 example demonstrates that fact courtesy of the intense bidding since the… more»

Green On Green: 1979 Ford Bronco XLT

When we see a desirable vehicle in a slightly unusual color, it’s hard not to covet said vehicle even more than normal. Sure, a square-body truck like a Ford Bronco is sought-after, but there’s oftentimes no sense of urgency… more»

Highly Original! 1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

After accumulating almost 100,000 miles with its original owner, this 1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT in Clackamas, Oregon seeks a new owner to write the next chapter of its story. The claimed “all original” 4×4 shows well for its… more»

429-Powered! 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

Interest in the vintage Ford Bronco market seems to be on the rise and isn’t showing signs of letting up anytime soon, particularly for the earlier examples, plus with the renewed attention brought on by Ford’s recent re-introduction of… more»