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1971 Ford Bronco Restomod Wears Lamborghini Paint

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Redline Restorations has whipped up an incredible 1971 Ford Bronco restomod. It looks stock on the outside, but it’s not. The 1971 Ford Bronco is coated in an orange hue that is called Lamborghini Orange Pearl; the same hue Lambo used on the Aventador. It looks fantastic on the Bronco inside and out.

Power for the restomod comes from a Ford 302 cubic inch engine. There is no indication of how much power that V8 makes, but it’s plenty enough to get the Bronco around in style. Redline Restorations’ 1971 Ford Bronco has LED taillights, Mickey Thompson wheels, off-road tires, 5-speed manual transmission with selectable drive modes, and Bilstein suspension.

Inside the Bronco, more of the orange paint can be seen along with a custom interior with black bucket seats and a custom center console. The Bronco has a six-point roll cage, three-point seat belts, and a removable hard top. The rear end is a Ford 9-inch unit, and the front axle uses Dana 44 parts. This Bronco has been driven a bit with mileage listed at 26,325.

That’s all the detail we have on the Redline Restorations’ 1971 Ford Bronco other than the price. If you can’t live without this orange beauty, you will need to shell out $80,000. It looks just as good as the Velocity Restorations Broncos that start at $169,000 making Redline’s offering look like a steal.

The world has gone a bit Bronco crazy of late, Icon CEO Jonathan Ward talked about some of the design cues that Ford needs to use. Recently we also spied a chopped up Ford F-150 running around that appears to be a 2020 Bronco test mule. We are very much looking forward to the 2020 Bronco unveil.

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Source: Top Speed

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Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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