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This Four-Door Ford Bronco Looks Great And Packs A Punch: Video

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While we’re still waiting for the upcoming 2020 Ford Bronco, which will likely offer four doors, we can’t help but drool at this custom fabricated first-generation Bronco from Maxlider Brothers Customs. Ford never made a four-door Bronco, but that didn’t stop Maxlider Brothers Customs from stretching a first generation model, slapping on an extra set of doors, and a fitting third row of seats to take more buddies off-roading.

The build is clean enough to believe Ford might have actually built this thing back in the 60s, but features like modern wheels and tires, LED headlights, and bulging fender flares remind you that this is a custom job. All of these features help make this rig a functional, new-age toy, all while retaining classic blue oval looks.

It gets much more interesting when you open the hood, though. This Ford Bronco comes with a supercharged 5.0-liter Coyote V8 making an astonishing 670 horsepower through a six-speed transmission powering all four wheels. Modern suspension components and disc brakes ensure that the Bronco can handle all of that power, and slow down as fast as it accelerates.

Inside, all three rows of seating are covered in a retro-tinged upholstery pattern with high quality leather, unlike anything you’ve seen before. Modern amenities like an infotainment system and speakers are included, but they are strategically hidden to preserve the classic look.

To see more from Maxlider Brothers Customs and the entire process of building this four-door Ford Bronco, check out the three-part documentary on YouTube. Until Ford makes the 2020 Bronco happen, we’ll keep our eyes on killer custom builds like this one.

 

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Written by Austin Rexinger

Austin is an automotive enthusiast from Buffalo, NY with a passion for speed. When Austin isn't writing about the auto industry you can find him racing go-karts, competing in time attack events, or autocrossing his 2017 Toyota 86—with a manual transmission, of course!

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  1. I have been in need of a car for about two years. I refuse to buy one of those dumb egg shaped cars that are flooding the market place. I have seen speculation about the 2020 Ford Bronco, and I think it is my only hope. I can only plead with you, please don’t succumb to the strange attraction of the elongated sphere! Give me a tough, solid vehicle with that wonderful boxy shape. I won’t buy a car til I like how it looks. Yes I’m fickle and I am not alone. After all this is America!

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