1967 Ford Bronco Classic 4x4

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

200 cubic inch inline-6 cylinder 1bbl. carbureted (200-1V)

3-Speed Manual - Column Shift & Emergency Brake

4-Wheel-Drive - WARN Locking Hubs - Low Range

Heater

15-Inch Steel Color-Keyed Wheels - 235/75R15 Radials x 4 (Heptune UN101s)

Vinyl Bench Seating - Front & Rear - Seatbelts

White Hardtop, Bumpers, Letter, Tan Exterior

Bolted-In Rear Roll Bar - Tan Color


 

Ford's Bronco was introduced in 1966 to complete with the Jeep CJ-5 and International Harvester Scout among few others in the 4-wheel-drive small suv segment. The Bronco features its own specific chassis. This 2nd year example is in very good condition. This little Bronco gets around. This one is fun to drive, powered by its original 200 cubic inch six & 3-speed column-shifted manual transmission. We have receipts for over $5,200 spent in 2006 on various mechanical needs. The U-joints were replaced along with the slip yoke. The fuel pump has been replaced. The brake master cylinder was replaced. The carburetor was rebuilt. The shocks were replaced along with the coolant hoses and alternator. The transfer case was also  removed and rebuilt at this time.

The exterior presents a good solid driver-quality tan finish with white bumpers and FORD lettering. The hardtop is white, while the body is tan throughout. The interior is clean and simple. The dash displays the original gauge cluster along with an aftermarket AM/FM digital cassette stereo installed. The upholstery is clean and detailed front to back, complete with seat belts. The column-shifted three-speed goes through the gears as it should. The 4-wheel-drive system is also working correctly.

The engine compartment displays the correct 200-1V inline 6-cylinder engine. This 1bbl. carbureted engine runs out good, paired with the 3-speed manual transmission. The engine has been maintained over the years. The fuel pump was replaced, alternator replaced, and carburetor rebuilt in 2009 with verifying receipts. Further inspection of the engine compartment will reveal original sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. This is a real solid little Bronco.

The undercarriage displays the original flooring and framework throughout. The U-joints have been replaced in recent history and the transfer case rebuilt with verifying receipts. The flooring has been rhino lined and is in good condition throughout. The roll bar matches the exterior. This is your opportunity to own a very unique classic '67 Ford Bronco. Again, you are welcomed and encouraged to contact Dave at 214-213-7072 or Maris at 214-616-2317 with any questions. There is a photo slideshow posted below with additional photos. View our 100% positive customer feedback and bid with 100% confidence.