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Ford Bronco Four Door MIC Hardtop Gets Its Own Product Page

The sixth-generation 2021 Ford Bronco debuted at a time when supply chain issues were quite prevalent in the automotive industry, meaning that its molded-in color (MIC) hardtop supplier, Webasto, struggled to build those units early on and also faced quality issues with early tops as well. That problem was solved after Webasto invested millions to expand its production capacity, as well as prompt at least one aftermarket company to offer its own alternative. However, as Ford Authority reported last month, Ford Bronco MIC hardtops were finally slated to become available in the official Blue Oval catalog, and now, that has happened, according to Bronco Nation – albeit with a big caveat.

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The Ford Bronco four-door MIC top has officially received its own product page – which can be found here – complete with all of the pertinent details and pics. However, Bronco owners must be invited to purchase this part, as FoMoCo can only offer a limited number of them at this time. The automaker will begin offering owners of early 2021 models this option first, and due to dealer franchise laws, those that live in Arizona, Vermont, Oklahoma, Hawaii, and Alaska will either face delays or receive separate communications first.

The MIC top is only available for four-door models and retails for $4,995 – quite a bit higher than the $1,895 FoMoCo charges when one orders a new Bronco right now. Customers can opt to have the top shipped to their residence, but must pay freight charges in that instance, or they can choose to have it sent to a dealer and get it installed for an extra $300. Alternatively, customers can use FordPass points toward their top purchase, too, though no discount codes will be offered. Going that route entirely will set one back a total of 999,000 FordPass points, plus another 60,000 for installation.

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Regardless, for those that have been waiting years for the OEM MIC top to become available, this will certainly come as a bit of good news, as currently, the only alternative comes from Advanced Fiberglass Concepts and its fiberglass top, which starts out at $5,250 for a one-piece and $5,750 for the modular top, though it does offer a few advantages over the factory unit.

We’ll have more parts and accessories to share soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Ford Bronco news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

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. Dave S

    Have you actually looked into the lead times/production issues with ADV fiberglass concepts? I’ve been waiting almost 2 years with delay after delay. Would hold out more hope for the Ford product

    1. BroncBuck

      Lead times for the Ford Performance hard top could get into the months, but not likely years. Currently there are around 120 open orders and the assembler that Ford contracted the assembly and shipping to can produce and ship 15 per day


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