1972 Ford Bronco Rock Crawler Project

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I started building it for my son and school put a hold on it. The plan was for a rock crawler trail rig. I recently had the cage powder coated silver metallic and the body pro painted Boxwood green, The chassis was sand blasted and coated with grey rustoleum and satin black on top. It will be easier to touch up if any tabs needed to be welded. The suspension has extended radius arms up front with king coilover shocks, the rear is 4 link with 1/4 eliptical springs from avalanche engineering. Its designed for extreme articulation. The axles are 79 Bronco full width, high pinion dana 44 up front, 4:56 gears, chromoly shafts, detroit locker, the rear currie high 9" has 4;56 gears, detroit locker, shaved and trussed, 35 spline axles, disc brakes and a full floater in the rear. The motor 2000 ford explorer with 1500 miles, I bought in 2001, Gt 40 heads, c-4 automatic transmission, dana 20 transfer case. the cage is pro built and ties into the front cage. I was planning to run 37" tires, the seats are high back grey vinyl from a mercedes. The grill, hood is also painted and stored away. I have a clear title, you can finish it your way.
It needs to be wired, brake and fuel lines run, exhaust, needs a ported steering box to use the rock ram. It needs the dash painted and installed, I was planing to build a custom dash, I have the original dash. It needs a steering column, bumpers, winch, It will be a functional, Sharp looking rock crawler. I


Year 1972
Mileage 5000
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) U15GLP41015

Price: $ 7,000.00

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