When it comes to restoring a classic Ford Bronco, there is no shortage of ways to complete the vehicle. Some go with an all-stock restoration; others go with a restomod where the vehicle is put back to like-new condition but doesn’t look like it did from the factory. This 1968 Ford Bronco certainly falls into the restomod category. The vehicle is gray on black, and the gray color is called Ford Lead Foot Gray.
The seller says that the 1968 Ford Bronco has a FiTech fuel injection system, but some of the paperwork in the images calls out a carbureted engine. Anyone interested might want to clarify that with the seller if this truck is for you. The engine is a 351 cubic-inch V8 paired up with a C4 automatic transmission and two-speed transfer case. The 1968 Ford Bronco is a U15 wagon and comes with a bikini top and no hardtop.
A cowl hood along with LED lighting jazzes up the front end of the Bronco. The rear has an upgraded tire carrier and a rear carrier that holds a cooler and a jerry can. The black painted bumpers front and rear are aftermarket, and the doors have quick release hinges. The black wheels are XD brand, and they are fitted with 35-inch tires. A Wild Horse lift kit gets the 1968 Ford Bronco up in the air.
Other features include power steering and four-wheel disc brakes with a line lock. The front axel has Warn locking hubs, and the truck has double shocks. Inside the truck are aftermarket seats, a Tuffy console, Grant steering wheel, and Flaming River tilt column. The floors are coated in bed liner materials, and the instruments are via a Dakota Digital multi-gauge with a tachometer.
The fresh engine claims 8,000 miles since installation, but the total chassis miles are unknown. We don’t know what the 1968 Ford Bronco will go for; it’s on auction over at Bring A Trailer with the current bid at $20,777 with seven days to go on the auction. Check out this 1975 Ford Bronco.
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