1992 Ford Bronco for sale 101155939
1992 Ford Bronco
Luxury Motor Car Company
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1992 Ford Bronco

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Classic Car Overview

This 1992 Ford Bronco XLT 4x4 has been prepared by Motor Trends hit television show "Wheeler Dealers," where it will be the star of an upcoming episode, getting the full treatment from Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead. This Bronco is presented in Oxford White over a Mocha cloth interior. This Bronco runs and drives well, powered by an optional 5.8-liter EFI V8 engine mated to an electronic 4-speed automatic transmission. A brand-new water pump was recently been installed and the electronics have been sorted, with many new cables, including a new battery harness and loom. After the original owner purchased this Bronco, it lived with him for the vast majority of its life. The original owner lived less than 10 miles from the Mojave Ford dealership where it was purchased, and it was garaged in a cool, dry climate. Equipped with the XLT trim package, this Bronco came standard with a 2-speed transfer case, power steering, power brakes, skid plate, chrome front bumper, chrome rear step bumper, halogen headlights with high-impact lenses, chrome grille, power tailgate window, interval windshield wipers, gauge package, side window defrosters, speed control, tilt wheel, and color keyed carpeting and shoulder belts. It was well-optioned with the Preferred Equipment Package, which included air conditioning, rear window defroster, AM/FM stereo with cassette, privacy glass, Lighting Convenience Package, and power door locks and windows. Additional added options included the 3.55 ratio limited-slip axle, Trailer Towing Package, styled chrome wheels, manual locking hubs, California Emissions Package, limited-slip front axle and the white fiberglass roof. This added up to total vehicle and option cost of $26,600, which was $5,604 over the standard Bronco XLT price.

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Vehicle Specifications

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  • Stock Number
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    136,758 miles
  • Engine
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
  • Exterior Color
    Oxford White
  • Custom Color

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