1966 Ford Bronco
302c.i. 4bbl. V8 - Street Performance Built with 4bbl. Carbuetor / Aluminum Intake Manifold / Ceramic Coated Headers / Street Performance Cam / Mallory Unilite Distributor & ProMaster Coil / 8mm Wires3-Speed Automatic Transmission18-Inch Custom Wheels & Rocky Mountain ATS Tires x 4 (265/70R18s)Vintage Brand Air ConditioningPower SteeringPower Front Disc BrakesTuffy Security Glove Box AssemblyCustom Light Blue Metallic Base/Clearcoat PaintWhite Vinyl Bucket Seating & Door PanelsWhite Removable Hardtop4-Wheel-Drive High & LowAluminum RadiatorDual Windshield Wipers - Replaced Electric MotorsBooks & Manuals - Shop Manual / Interior Assembly Manual / Owner's Manual (reprint) & Build Paperwork (Vintage A/C, Wiring Booklets, etc)
Texas Classic Cars of Dallas is proud to present this beautifully restored 1st generation Ford Bronco. This 1966 beauty has been finished in light blue metallic paint with white painted bumpers and a white auxiliary hardtop assembly. It has been fitted with 18-inch custom wheels & 265/70R18 Rocky Mountain ATS tires. This rig is a blast to drive and is powered by a stout 302 cubic inch smallblock V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The 4-wheel-drive system is functional with Hi & Lo.
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the fitting location for our photoshoot of this attractive '66 Ford Bronco. Be sure you visit the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. We are located only minutes from the Flight Museum. The paint and body show very well throughout this Bronco. The painted bumpers help this Bronco retain the vintage look along with the matching fender flares. The windshield wipers have been updated. This interior is very well done, featuring custom white upholstered factory bucket seating and matching door panels. The door hinges are chromed.
The dash was disassembled and the wiring replaced. A custom Hanelin gauge cluster has been installed in place of the original speedometer gauge cluster. The stock steering wheel is in excellent condition. The original horn button was retained. There is a horn button mounted under the dash. The air conditioning system is by Vintage Air. This is a low profile setup and works excellent. Under the hood is this stout 302 cubic inch 4bbl. V8. This powerplant features some performance upgrades including a 4bbl carburetor atop a Summit aluminum intake manifold. Ceramic coated headers breath through a custom dual exhaust system. A mild street performance cam has also been installed. This Bronco moves down the road with plenty of power and is a pleasure to drive.
The engine compartment is nicely detailed. The firewall and inner fenderwells match the exterior body. The braking system consists of power front disc / rear drum brakes while power steering has also been retained. Again, the air conditioning system is by Vintage Brand Air Conditioning. The flooring and back half have been texture lined and fitted with a rubber mat. The undercarriage further displays the extent of the restoration work performed on this Bronco. The suspension has been rebuilt and shocks replaced along with the wheels and tires.
The right and left floor pans had patch panels installed. The engine and transmission undersides are in very good condition as is the differential and transfer case. The 4-wheel-drive system works as it should, although this Bronco has been street-driven since the restoration efforts were completed and prior to. The custom dual exhaust system shows very well. The door undersides are in excellent condition. The weatherstrip has been replaced throughout this Bronco.