A plethora of aftermarket Ford builds took SEMA 2022 by storm, a welcome sight considering that The Blue Oval itself didn’t have an official presence at the event. Several of these unique builds included a Ford Bronco built to handle every off-road scenario that was the result of the handiwork of over 125 women and 5,000 hours. Tucci Hot Rods brought a 2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E GT to show off as well, and there were plenty of Broncos to take a gander at. ARB made an appearance as well, and brought its own custom Ford Bronco Service Unit to display.
ARB’s Service Unit Bronco was inspired by medical service vehicles that were used in the early 1900s to deliver triage to those in need, but with a modern take, of course. It features tube doors, an under hood air compressor, jack mount, winch and light bar for exemplary vision even in dark environments. This Bronco is touted as being capable of reaching everywhere it needs to go in order to offer aid to those in need, and it’s easily identifiable by its Oxford White exterior and bold graphics that declare it to be a Medical Aid vehicle.
This particular vehicle certainly isn’t ARB’s first Bronco build. In fact, the 4×4 parts supplier showed up to SEMA 2021 with another Bronco last year, showing off its tough custom armor and tough 4×4 suspension, ready for any scenario. Ford itself even teamed up with ARB to provide a wide variety of parts for the Ford Bronco and Ford Bronco Sport, including a portfolio of more than 100 available items. An extensive list of off-road and camping options give Bronco owners the ability to kit their off-road SUV out with everything from custom wheels to body components and storage solutions.