Bronco

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»

Texas Ranch Hand: 1969 Ford Bronco Sport

With the prices of first-generation Ford Broncos continuing to be strong, they seem to be coming out of the woodwork almost daily.  We’ve featured several of them for sale here on Barn Finds and they usually bring amazing money. This… more»

Un-Cut Survivor! 1972 Ford Bronco

This first generation 1972 Ford Bronco spent its life on a farm and only shows a little over 50,000 miles on the odometer. Located in Overland Park, Kansas, you can find it for sale here on eBay with a… more»

Like New: 1984 Ford Bronco XLT

This 1984 Ford Bronco XLT is described by its owner as a 3rd generation survivor. It wears its original paint, original drive-train, and original interior. It is a striking looking vehicle, but there is a bit of a sting… more»

Great Hunting Rig: 1969 Ford Bronco

The winter season is just around the corner and this 1969 Ford Bronco might just be the fun that you’re looking to have when the snow arrives. Submitted by reader Dan O and found here on Craigslist, this Bronco… more»

1974 Ford Bronco Barn Find

Sometimes being patient can pay off. If you have been waiting to get into the 4×4 scene, and into restorations, this 1974 Ford Bronco can be your gateway. At the time of writing, the bid price is $7,100 with… more»

Few Produced: 1967 Ford Bronco Half Cab

Located in Springfield, Nebraska, this baby Bronco is a shell of its former self. Currently, it sits at a bid price of $1,275 with no reserve. The VIN is listed to research, and it does have a clean title…. more»

Mad Max Starter Kit: 1966 Ford Bronco Beast!

This 1966 Ford Bronco looks like it’s straight out of the 1979 movie Mad Max. Featuring a homemade grill guard/bumper/winch mount combination, it looks like this Bronco is ready for just about any adventure. Found here on eBay, it has… more»

Collection of Eight Vintage Broncos!

Those of you who have built a project vehicle know how valuable a good parts donor vehicle can be. If you are building (or want to build) a classic Bronco, this may be the collection for you. There are… more»

Original Paint Survivor! 1974 Ford Bronco Ranger

First generation Broncos continue to be solid collectibles and this specific one is no exception. The highlight of this 1974 Ford Bronco is the fact that it still wears its original paint. Some small parts have been refurbished and… more»

Pair of Parts Broncos: 1970 and ’74 Half Cabs

If you’ve been working on a first generation Bronco, here’s your chance to pick up a couple parts vehicles. Surprisingly the seller seems honest about the fact that they may be too far gone for restoration, but I guess… more»

Rust Bucket: 1966 Ford Bronco Half Cab

1966 was the first year for the Ford Bronco, an iconic vehicle that would be produced for 30 years. In fact, Ford is reintroducing a new version of the Bronco and it is bound to be a hit. This… more»

Bronco Roundup In Vermont

Let’s face it, the SUV was around in one form or another since the automotive beginning. However, the incarnations which are dominating our roads today are a far cry from the utilitarian purpose for which they were originally built…. more»