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Old 04/15/18, 08:38 PM   #1
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1972 Bronco
City: Castle Rock, CO
Price: $17,500

1972 Ford Bronco $17,500 OBO

302 w/289 heads, Rochester Quadrajet, Hedman Hedders (rebuilt 2001, might have 5000 miles on it max)
Melling RV Camshaft
C4 3 Speed Auto (rebuilt 2002, might have 5000 miles on it max)
DANA 44 with ARB Locker w/ 3.55 gears
Edelbrock Manifold and Air Cleaner
Kevlar Spark Plug Boots/Covers
Centech Wiring Kit
ARB On Board Compressor
Detroit Locker in Rear 9 inch w/ 3.55 gears
MSD Distributor and MSD Blaster Coil
Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers
Flow Kooler H2O Pump
Be Cool Aluminum Radiator w/ Pusher Fan
Wild Horses Hood Scoop
Transmission Cooler and Fan
33” Pro Comp Mud Terrain Tires
Warn Premium Manual Hubs
Mile Marker 8000lb Winch
Front Disc Brakes - Duff Conversion
James Duff Radius Arms and Shocks
James Duff 3.5” Ultimate Suspension System w/ Super Hoops
James Duff Transfer Case Shifter
B&M Floor Shifter
B&M C4 Deep Tranny Pan
Grant Steering Wheel (removable)
Auto Meter Tach and oil, h20 temp and trans temp gauges
Currie 31 Spline Axles in Rear
Yoke Protector for rear end of driveshaft
Custom Front Bumper with Towbar
Custom Rear Bumper with tire and gas tank carrier
Custom Rock Sliders/Steps
Mojave Heater
Honda Civic Seats (Drv/Pass)
Rear Bench Seat - Fold and Tumble - Tom’s Bronco Parts
Herculiner on floor and sides
Dual Fuel Tanks 7.5gal/12.7gal
Jensen Radio w/ detachable face
Cobra CB Radio w/ Wilson Little Wil Antenna
Roll Cage with Padding and 2 Oh Sh*t Handles
Hoist/Lift for hardtop



What’s wrong with it from my perspective:

Original Power Steering Box, needs some work, lots of play, PS leaks
Oil Leaks
Some rust on one side of floor pan/passenger.
Rear hardtop window trim/molding on one side has some damage.
Some missing paint from the dashboard on one plug (very small area)
No wiper fluid bottle/hook up to the hood.
Decent scratch on driver side, rear - see pics, some on hood, see pics.
Fender flares have some damage from some good trails.
Some surface rust on mirrors.
Speedometer jumps around, odometer is OK.

Overall it is a great Bronco, I am 3rd owner, it was a California vehicle first, now in Colorado. Been in dry climates its whole life. It lives in the in my garage, driven once a month, not enough to justifying keeping it. I have owned it for over 18 years. Here is a magazine it was featured in a while back (Red Bronco): http://www.fourwheeler.com/features/...rd-bronco-4x4/



Photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/51E3KdafejT3Pw5p2

Videos:

Engine Start
https://youtu.be/dgEHs88eMxM

Underside
https://youtu.be/FgOcEsRI1i8

Rear Detail
https://youtu.be/_nmH_T00d7Q

Inside Detail
https://youtu.be/MC8wjZmExVk

Engine Detail
https://youtu.be/YIXNMiYlYWQ

Bronco Drive
https://youtu.be/uGrJ-fFNCLM

Bronco Drive By
https://youtu.be/cc0UTkQ5K_g

Last edited by c2computer; 04/24/18 at 11:59 AM.. Reason: misspelled DANA and 8000 lb winch, added videos
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Old 04/16/18, 07:02 AM   #2
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I am interested in your bronco. My number is 616-218-4789 please give me a call thanks
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Old 04/16/18, 10:19 AM   #3
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Thanks Wrenchead80. I will give you a call this afternoon. Is that a Michigan area code?
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Old 04/16/18, 10:45 AM   #4
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Very interested. I'm in Denver, would love to set up some time to see it! 720-670-8070
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Old 04/16/18, 06:21 PM   #5
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I posted some additional photos in the Google Photos link of the door posts/wheel wells/engine bay/etc. Let me know you need more photos. Thanks
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Old 04/17/18, 09:49 AM   #6
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Looks like a real honest truck for a decent price in the current market.


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1968 Blue Bastard (SOLD, gone but the scares on my knuckels will be with me for a lifeime)
1972 Glass tub, 351 EFI, 3.5"sl, 33" tire, PB disk, PS
1966 Roadster in progress...
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Old 04/17/18, 06:03 PM   #7
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Man my folks just moved out of castle rock, looks like a great rig wish I was closer.
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Old 04/19/18, 03:12 PM   #8
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I'm interested and have some questions. Please call me at 858-472-2030. Thanks, Mike
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Old 04/19/18, 04:36 PM   #9
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Mike, I posted more photos of the underside/floor pans, driver and passenger and some inside shots so you can line up where the holes/rust are on the passenger side. Let me know if you need more photos or a video.

Thanks for the call and time today.
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Old 04/19/18, 04:52 PM   #10
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Mike, here is some info on engine rebuild.

Engine - Bob Small's Automotive Machine Co. https://www.bobsautomachine.com/

Transmission - Ryan's Transmissions - Lake Forest, CA - Receipts, no website anymore.

Driveline - Drivelines Incorporated (Wade) http://www.drivelinesinc.com/

I also have all the paperwork for everything done to this Bronco from start to finish.

Also, the Mojave heater does not have a hookup to the defrost, the hose is still there attached to the dash though. The mojave heater uses the water in/out as well so it is not a coil heater.

Let me know if you have more questions.
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Old 04/22/18, 05:44 PM   #11
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Mike, I sent you the videos via email.

Thanks
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Old 04/24/18, 11:57 AM   #12
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Posted some videos of Bronco. Thanks
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Old 04/24/18, 05:29 PM   #13
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Should sell quick!

Really nice for what you're asking, no one should complain about that
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