1969 Ford Bronco
Car for sale in Bellingham, Washington 98229-2515
Bellingham, WA 98229-2515
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This is a 1969 Ford Bronco in original condition with 54,000 original miles. It was owned by a Forest Service Ranger for nearly its entire life. Aside from maintenance, its untouched. The engine (straight 6), transmission, transfer case have all recently been rebuilt. It runs and drives great. I just replaced the shocks and springs with stock replacements. It has new brake lines and all for brakes are redone. Brand new tires. I don't believe the top has ever been removed. The interior is untouched except by time. You really cant get a more original truck than this. Its like walking back in time. Its even got the original owners manual in the glove box.
The body needs rocker panels, drivers side floor pan and rear corners. It needs a patch in the bed and one wheel well. Depending on your preference, The body parts total about $500 on Tom's Bronco.
I drive it daily as is. Its my “run the kids around” car. They love it and request it for every errand. It drips a drop of oil every couple weeks but otherwise its tight.
1. New rod bearings2. New crank bearings3. New rings and bearings on the lower end4. New intake valves5. New exhaust valves6. Head was milled7. Top end milled flat8. New timing chain9. New cam bearings10. Carb rebuilt11. U joints replaced12. Rear Drive Shaft replaced13. New tires14. New Leaf Springs15. New shocks all 4 corners16. New exhaust 17. New brake lines18. All 4 drums rebuilt19. New transmission bearings and seals20. New transfer case seals
If it were to be my primary vehicle, I'd do the following little stuff...
1. Tie rods ends 2. Replace the adjustment sleeve to allow for a good alignment. 3. The bushings on the shifting linkages could stand a replacement. They are fine but there's some slop. 4. The drivers side seat could use some new springs. There’s 50 years of compression on those springs and they could stand a refresh.
The biggest job is the bodywork. That's just cosmetic so you can bite it off in small chunks. It just depends what you want out of it exactly. Let me know what else I could answer for you.
If you ever wanted an original driver of a Bronco, this is a great candidate. I’ve got another truck on its way and need some space in the garage. Open to offers.
Classic Car ID101240239
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