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1977 Ford Bronco In Baby Blue Packs A Stroker V8

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The first-gen Ford Bronco is booming in popularity, and the 1977 Ford Bronco for sale here is a desirable model. The Bronco has 4×4 and has been updated with modern fuel injection to make the SUV run better and start reliably no matter the weather. The baby blue color on the 1977 Ford Bronco is the vehicle’s factory color and one of our favorite colors on the Bronco.

The vehicle was fitted with a 3-inch suspension lift at some point. It rolls on beefier tires that come from the factory. Inside, the Bronco has what the listing calls parchment colored seats; we’d call them white. The front seats are buckets, and the rear has a bench seat. The center console is a custom unit that brings cup holders to a vehicle that never had them before.

When you go somewhere with the top off, the custom console also provides a locking center section to secure valuables. The roll bar has been painted white, and the door panels are white. Everything about the Bronco looks better than it did when it left the factory.

The steering wheel is an aftermarket unit, and the Bronco has new Equus gauges, and the dash pad is new. The engine is a 331 cubic-inch stroker V8 paired up with a transmission listed as “column shift,” which we presume to be automatic. The V8 is said to be good for 400 horsepower. Driveability should be good with power disc brakes all around and power steering along with a new electric fan to keep the engine cool. The car rolls on 33×12.5LT15 BFGoodrich tires. The seller is asking $61,995. That is about $1,000 less than the gray 1977 Bronco we talked about last month.

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Source: Motorious

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Written by Shane McGlaun

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

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