High-speed offroad racing takes a special kind of vehicle that can absorb that sort of punishment. This is what Ford thought when it launched the F-150 Raptor. For those that prefer to go custom for their prerunner truck builds, there is an ad on eBay that might make your head spin. Someone is trying to sell a professionally built 1992 Ford Bronco prerunner truck.
The truck has zero offroad miles and an odometer that reads in the area of 152,000 miles according to the ad. The base truck is a 1992 Ford Bronco with a 351 Windsor under the hood. The build uses what the seller calls “the best parts available,” and the seller claims to have invoices for $60,000 in parts and labor.
The truck has new paint, new transmission, new headliner, headlights, grille, a custom intake, 2.5-inch custom Y pipe by RPM, and JBA ceramic coated headers. Inside the 1992 Ford Bronco are PRP bucket seats for the front and a bench seat for the rear. The truck has a 2-inch cage and MPI suede steering wheel with quick disconnect.
Lighting the way offroad are KC Highlights Gravity Pro 6 lights. All of the parts on the truck are powdercoated, and the seller says that grade 8 hardware was used everywhere. The 1992 Ford Bronco also has complete stainless steel -3an brake lines. Powdercoated Method beadlock wheels are shod with 35 inch BFG KM3 tires.
The suspension is impressive with 19 inches of travel in the front with OhhCho Fabrication full fabricated 1.5-inch over per side D44 TTB kit. The dampers are 3 inch King triple bypass, 2.5 inch King coilover, and King 2-inch bump stops. The rear suspension also has 19 inches of travel with a Richer Racing spring under kit, and 3 inch King triple bypass shocks. The seller is asking $50,000 for the 1992 Ford Bronco prerunner.