This 1977 Ford Bronco has a sharp style that comes from giving it good investments to have it coordinated everywhere inside and out (even the undercarriage.) So no matter if your favorite part is the strong V8 power, smooth finish, custom stereo, or any other upgrade, what makes it irresistible is the total package of a thoughtfully built and truly capable Bronco. The trim tag tells us that Silver metallic is this cars original color, but you can instantly tell this is not the factory finish. Ford could have never delivered this level of precious metal glow, and the flame painted. Of course, what also makes this so impressive is the bodys full presentation. You can really see the difference it makes when taking time to get the sheet metal looking so crisp. Plus, shaved door handles, deleted badging, and color-matching of both the hardtop and upgraded fender flares creates one of the most cohesive styles around. The level of radiance means this bronco also doesnt need much chrome to be fancy. So instead they traded in bright bumpers for strong tubular steel pieces powered coated in a metallic blue. It shows off the brush guard and full Hella lighting kit up front, and in the rear, this upgraded package even holds the full-size spare tire. This also goes well with the windshield rack and flames painted on the roof. There are more upgrades that add both style and substance, like the Weld 16-inch polished wheels, darkly tinted windows, and retractable side steps. Its all about being a true custom thats truly imposing. The tasteful silver and blue return inside as accents, and its joined by a tasteful black to help show off the off-road components. You have Corbeau bucket seats up front, proper PRP harnesses, an upgraded Beard rear seat, and a Rhino Lined headliner. The bright blue roll cage is a custom piece that offers added protection and plenty of upgraded strength. There are plenty of nice details like the flame trim in the door, the color-matched lockbox center console, cup holders, and a backup camera. And the way the Kicker subwoofers are custom molded into the rear cargo area makes this ideal for tailgating. This also has provisions for power windows, door poppers, an AM/FM/CD stereo, and air conditioning (they will need servicing.) Its a well-done custom setup, and no matter if you want this for fun on or off-road, the sports steering wheel and tilt column give you a commanding driving position. The engine bay has a nice look with details like the smooth silver firewall and inner fenders. And it looks robust with the upgraded wire, MSD ignition, and steel braided lines. At the center is a 351 cubic-inch V8. Not only is this larger than what was offered in 77, but this is a balanced and blueprinted setup. It inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, it exhales with power and authority as headers feed the dual exhaust. When you look underneath, the color theme makes this one look cool, but like a true first-gen Bronco, its also a true off-road machine. So you get a James Duff lift kit, Atlas twin-stick transfer case, a Dana 44 front axle, Ford 9-inch rear with locker, and deep treads on the Parnelli Jones Dirt Grip tires. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and stout C6 three-speed automatic transmission give this Bronco an all-around solid driver feeling. We already love first-gen Broncos, but this one has been given the right investments to be in a class all by itself. So dont miss this custom 4x4, call today!