It’s hard to find a decent classic vehicle like this 1966 Ford Bronco that the seller doesn’t want huge money for. This is understandable in part because many high-end restorations do bring six-figure premiums. This 1966 Ford Bronco isn’t cheap with an asking price of $45,000 and it’s certainly not perfect.
It does have a decent paint job, even if we don’t care for the Tonka scheme the seller was going for. We do like that the body appears clean and straight and in the limited pictures, we don’t see any rust. The seller says that it has a rebuilt crate 302 cubic-inch engine that has about 20,000 miles on it.
The classic Bronco also has a three-inch suspension lift, Rancho shocks, and steering stabilizer. The truck is also fitted with power brakes and power steering and the seller added push-button start for security. The entire front grill has been chromed and the seller says he has owned the vehicle for 20 years. That makes sense as the custom paint has a decisively late ’90s style to it. Inside the vehicle isn’t that nice with wires hanging out of the dash but the carpet and seats appear decent in the two interior shots in the listing.
Maybe we’re just paranoid, but anytime someone asks $45,000 for a vehicle and doesn’t offer complete images of the interior and under the hood, were automatically skeptical. We assume that everything we can’t see is in bad condition and the seller doesn’t want to show. We could be wrong; the outside of this particular Bronco does look pretty nice. There is no mention of transmission or 4×4 powertrain condition so anyone interested will need to call and do some investigation. Check out this much rougher, but rarer, 1966 Bronco U13 roadster.
Source: Classic Cars