It’s no secret that the 2021 Ford Bronco was a hot commodity from the day it was revealed over one year ago. Ford racked up 190,000 reservations for its reborn SUV in short order, which has now been plagued by delays and various supply chain issues since production began recently at the Ford Michigan Assembly Plant. Unsurprisingly, this has led to a number of insane dealer markups and owners trying to flip their vehicles for massive profits, like this 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition currently up for sale on eBay.
Aside from the mind-blowing asking price of $150,000, it’s worth noting that the seller doesn’t even own this 2021 Ford Bronco First Edition outright – there’s a lien on the vehicle. If anyone is crazy or desperate enough to cough up nearly triple the Bronco First Edition’s original MSRP, they’ll also have to pay cash, tagging along with the seller to the bank to satisfy that lien before they can take it home.
The seller claims that their Bronco First Edition is the very first delivered to Long Island, New York and that it’s the 409th Bronco produced. We’re not so sure about those claims, but we do know that this particular Bronco is a four-door model finished in Area 51 with a Navy Pier interior, though the seller didn’t bother to share any pictures of the inside.
This Bronco has racked up a total of 200 miles thus far and is being actively driven by the seller. Like all First Editions, it’s essentially loaded to the gills with every option available, Ford’s 2.7L EcoBoost V6, the Lux Package, Sasquatch Package, and everything else one could possibly want in a Bronco. Originally, Ford planned on building 3,500 First Editions but wound up doubling that after extreme demand. Whether or not that makes it worth nearly three times its original asking price, well, that’s for buyers to decide.
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Wonder if he will trade even for 4 sheets of 1/2″ marine grade plywood?
If it were for charity it might be plausible but this is now a used vehicle that does not even qualify as CPO with extended warranty since it is not being sold by a dealer.
‘200 miles thus far and is being actively driven by the seller’? Really? LOL