1968 Ford Bronco 4-Wheel-Drive
Updated Grubbs Motorsports Ford 306 cubic inch V8 crate engine - FAST E.F.I. Fuel Injection - 375HP
Triple Black Base/Clearcoat Paint
Restored Hardtop with Tinted Glass & New Soft Top
New Electrical System (Harness)
Rebuilt Suspension Front to Back - Leafs & Springs Replaced - Bilstein Shocks
Power Steering - Replaced - Power Steering Conversion Box - Steering U-Joint
Power 4-Wheel-Disc Brakes - Conversion Kit
Tru-Trac Serpentine Belt System - Polished Billet/Chrome Pullies & Brackets
Hydraulic Hood Lift Props
Vintage Brand Air Conditioning System
Be Cool Radiator & Billet Overflow - Custom Fabricated Bronco-Specific Gen IV Complete with Shroud & Fan
MSD Pro-Billet Distributor & High Torque Mini-Starter
16-Inch Mickey Thompson Wheels & 305/70R16 Nitto Dune Grapplers x 4
Custom Interior - Replaced Seals, Felts, Upholstery, Door Panels, Arm Rests, Tom's Bronco Parts
Restored Dash Assembly - Stock Speedometer Cluster & Autometer Pro Comp Gauges - New switch bezels, parts, knobs
Grant Mahogany Steering Wheel & Billet Aluminum Steering Column Bezel
Autometer Sport Comp Tachometer (10K), Oil Pressure, Voltage, Water Temperature
4-Wheel-Drive High & Low Transfer Case - Custom Shifter
Full-Length Custom Ceramic-Coated Headers & Dual Exhaust System
HURST Floor-Shift 3-Speed Manual Transmission & Replaced Clutch System
Electric Windshield Wipers - Restored System
Locking Security Center Console
Roll-Up Windows - Restored System - New Vent Window Pivot Kits, Felts, Tinted Glass
Optima Red Top Battery
Custom Carpeted Lloyds Ford Floor Mats
This '68 Bronco has been treated to an extensive & expensive restoration to build a 1st class vehicle on a solid survivor original example. The drivetrain consists of a crate Ford 306/340HP engine that was installed and upgraded with FAST Electronic Fuel injection & full length header exhaust among other modifications to produce 375HP+. A Tru Trac Serpentine Belt System has been installed along with Vintage Brand air conditioning. The interior was completely restored from the upholstery to the seals, window mechanisms, door panels, etc. The paint and body are in show quality condition. The suspension and steering has been rebuilt. All of this work was performed late in 2013 and is complete with nearly $33,000 in verifying receipts from Grubbs Motorsports and Tom's Bronco Parts. The hardtop has been restored and a new soft top is included as well. Enjoy our extensive presentation and please be sure to play our video of this classic '68 Bronco in action.
The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for many of our photos of this special Ford Bronco. Be sure to visit the historic Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. The suspension has been completely rebuilt. The power steering system features a full conversion kit. The wheels of choice are 16-inch Mickey Thompsons fitted with 305/70R16 Nitto Dune Grappler tires all around. This Bronco has an excellent stance and handles very good going down the road. This is one of the better driving Broncos you will find anywhere. Again, be sure to check out our video. The paint and body are in excellent condition throughout.
The emblems are excellent as is the tinted glass & windshield. The engine compartment is show quality, dressed in Ford Racing chrome. This was a Ford crate 306/340HP engine with bolt-ons to produce 375HP+. A FAST EFI Fuel injection system has been installed along with an MSD Pro-Billet distributor. The exhaust gases are expelled through ceramic-coated full-length headers to a custom dual exhaust system. A Tru Trac Serpentine Belt System has been installed that showcases polished chrome pullies. A Vintage Brand air modern air conditioning system has also been installed, complete with a polished A/C compressor. The engine bay itself is in excellent condition. Again, the work performed to this Bronco totals over $33,000 recently (late 2013).
The interior has been restored throughout. The upholstery was ordered primarily from Tom's Bronco parts. The seating has been restored front to back. All rubber seals and window felts were replaced. The door panels and arm rests have been replaced. The dash was disassembled and the stock speedometer retained. A Tuffy Security Products locking center console box has been installed along with new carpeting and custom Lloyd's FORD logo floor mats. Custom gauges have been installed. A brand new updated wiring system and fuse box have also been installed. The dash is in excellent condition. The dash knobs and bezels were replaced. A polished aluminum bezel for the steering column has been installed along with a Grant Mahogany steering wheel. All of the gauges are functional. Again, all of the wiring was replaced with a brand new harness. The original identification plate is mounted on the interior glovebox door, shown below. The undercarriage further displays the rebuilt suspension and frame components. This is a very well done Bronco.