Maxlider 2021 Bronco Midnite Edition Pays Tribute To Nite Broncos From The ’90s

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In recent years, Maxlider Brothers Customs has made a name for itself by building high-quality Bronco restomods. It’s also the only company that builds and sells four-door first-gen Broncos, a move that foreshadowed the debut of the first-ever factory four-door Bronco. So it only makes sense that the Bloomington, Illinois outfit build its own Maxlider 2021 Bronco, and that’s exactly what it plans on doing.

1992 Ford Bronco Nite Edition

Maxlider just unveiled its own take on the new Bronco, which it calls the Midnite Edition. It’s an obvious yet cool nod to the Nite Edition Broncos (and F-150s) built in 1991 and 1992. The Nite option was mostly an appearance package consisting of Raven Black paint and blacked-out trim, Nite decals, and a multi-color stripe that ran the length of the body.

Other additions to the Nite Bronco included 235/75/15 white-letter tires, 15 inch alloy wheels, and a sport suspension. Not a lot of Nite Broncos or F-150s were produced over those two years, so finding a nice one today isn’t terribly easy.

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There’s no denying that the Maxlider 2021 Bronco Midnite Edition is pretty special in its own right as well. The builder will offer the package in both two- and four-door configurations, with BDS and Fox suspension components. Maxlider didn’t provide any other specific information on the new package, but the single rendering it posted does offer up some more clues.

This particular Bronco is painted black, like the old Nite editions, but features a grey stripe instead of a multi-color one. The rendered rig has aftermarket bumpers, a winch, a large roof rack with off-road lighting, new wheels, and large BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A tires.

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Overall, the Maxlider 2021 Bronco Midnite Edition is a pretty sweet looking package, even if it may not offer V8 power like PaxPower’s version of the new Bronco. Even better, Maxlider is taking $500 deposits now for those who might be interested in its retro ride sporting a retro livery.


We’ll have more on the many forthcoming aftermarket Bronco offerings soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Written by Brett Foote

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. This is a great idea but the company is making a mistake by not offering the original multicolored body strip down the side. I remember seeing some of the 91-92 models Broncos and F150s they looked pretty cool because of that stripe

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