Ford Bronco

Solid 4×4 Fun: 1975 Ford Bronco 302

We have featured several first-generation Broncos lately and they have come in different colors and ranged from rotisserie restored examples to original unrestored projects. If I was looking for a 1966-1977 Bronco, this would be my pick. The blue… more»

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Original Paint: 1968 Ford Bronco

With five days remaining in the auction here on eBay, this 1968 Ford Bronco is being sold as is in original condition. The Bronco is located in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho . Their have been 32 bids and the current… more»

White Stallion: 1966 Ford Bronco U13 Roadster

With 2 days remaining in the auction, this 1966 Ford Bronco (U13) is being sold here on eBay with a reserve price that has not been met. The current bid price is a whopping $44,600 for a rotisserie restored… more»

64k Mile: 1969 Ford Bronco

Here is a rare sight. An unmolested 1969 Ford Bronco with 64,000 miles. The Bronco was bought to be shipped to Argentina but when the seller found out the cost of shipping and customs, this one gets to stay… more»

Candy Apple 4WD: 1971 Ford Bronco

If your looking for a clean 1970’s Bronco, you might wanna take a closer look at this little beauty. Powered by a 302 cubic inch V8 engine, this 1971 4WD Ford Bronco is for sale here on eBay. The… more»

Rocky Mountain Survivor: 1979 Ford Bronco

Dodge had its Ram Charger and Chevrolet had the Blazer bud Ford out produced them all with its full size Bronco from 1965-1996. The four wheel drive survivor is located in Fort Harrison, Montana. The Bronco is being auctioned… more»

One-Owner! 1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

How many of you have owned a vehicle for 42 years? I have but it’s a Yamaha, not a car, or a truck like this 1978 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT. This is a one-owner vehicle with just 45,000 miles… more»

Low Mileage Rarity: 1978 Ford Bronco XLT

Who knew in 1978 that the Ford Bronco Ranger XLT would today be so popular. With four days remaining in the auction, this 67,015 mile cream puff has been bid to $31,000. You can see numerous pictures of this… more»

56K Mile Survivor: 1986 Ford Bronco XLT

How long has it been since you’ve seen a Ford Bronco that wasn’t rusty, a project, or “cut” and/or “uncut”? Ok, it’s only been a couple of weeks but for every nice Bronco, there are several project Broncos out… more»

Dreamsicle: 1987 Ford Bronco II

It’s nice to see vehicles that are actual colors rather than tones. We’ve all seen enough white, silver, black, and gray vehicles, or I have. I mean, I still like those tones but there’s something fun about seeing a… more»

Beautiful Condition: 1979 Ford Bronco Custom

Second generation Broncos were only made for two years and were basically a full-size pickup from the B-pillar forward. They featured solid axles and were only available in four-wheel-drive, unlike their main competition, the Chevy Blazer. This particular Bronco… more»

Project in Parts: 1972 Ford Bronco

We fairly routinely feature first-generation Ford Broncos here on Barn Finds. They are classic vehicles that have stood the test of time and their value keeps going up. They seem to be coming out of the woodwork more often… more»

Uncut Original Survivor: 1972 Ford Bronco

Early Ford Broncos continue to be very strong sellers. When you add original paint and uncut rear fenders, they command very solid prices in almost any condition. Such is the case with this 1972. It can be found for… more»

Same Owner for 37 Years! 1966 Ford Bronco

Unlike the Chevrolet Blazer, the Ford Bronco was never offered in a factory 2-wheel drive platform. There are some Ford and Chevy purists who like it that way, but I think 2wd Broncos can be really cool. Why do… more»

Ready To Part Ways: 1974 Ford Bronco Sport

Everyone who loves and seeks out old vehicles knows the “I’ll fix it someday!” trope that often comes with finding a dilapidated project and speaking to its owner. However, the seller of this 1974 Ford Bronco Sport that is… more»

Pair of Original Half-Cabs! 1966 Ford Broncos

These awesome 1966 Ford Broncos are being advertised as “his and hers,” complete with vanity plates. The seller does say they will consider selling them separately, but the pair is pretty cool together! They can be found here on… more»