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Old 09/20/19, 12:08 PM   #1
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1977 Bronco Ranger - SOLD
City: Sarasota
Price: 24,000

SOLD

Very nice driving 77 Bronco.

I have decided to sell this Bronco and not completely restore as I had initially planned. This is a Very solid Uncut LUBR.

It does have a couple minimal rust issues. It has a repair spot in the Floor Board seem/corner that had been patched with Fiberglass. This is pretty small and might not need a complete Floor Panel replacement. The only other issue is a damaged Passenger Side Rocker Panel. It looks like it was hit, a couple dents, and I do not think there is rust present.

If I were to keep the Bronco I would definitely repaint it. It was originally a Dark Jade Metallic Ranger. As you can see in my "77 Bronco Build" thread and pictures below, it is now Yellow. You could probably buff it out and look better. In my opinion, it needs a paint job.

The 302 engine has been rebuilt at some point. This one runs great, starts up easily even after a couple weeks of sitting. Still has the original 2B carb. Transmission works great and shifts as it should. Original Power Steering and Power Disc Brakes with no issues.

I have added a number or things to this truck after purchasing and kind of mocked it up before painting. At least, that was the plan

New Items Added:

New Wild Horses Premium 2 1/2" Lift with Bilstein Shocks
New Wild Horses Super Shackles, HD Plates and U-Bolts with Grade-8 Hardware
New BC Headers and 2-into-1 2 1/2" Exhaust with Gibson Muffler
4 New Toyo ATII 265/75/15 Tires
4 New Wheel Vintiques 15x7" Steel Wheels - Looks just like a factory wheel
Corbeau Front Seats - Original Ranger Seat in Rear - The seats came with the truck when purchased
New Roll Cage - NICE! DOM Tubing with Speaker Pods Mounted within. Windshield tie-ins.
New 3-Point Shoulder Belts
New Rampage Soft Top - Black Diamond with Zip-out Windows
- I can swap out Soft Top with Unrestored Original Hard Top if buyer prefers.

There are a number of engine and Tune-Up items I have added as well.

It also has a Factory Front Sway Bar, Chrome Bumpers and Original Tire Rack. The side Aux. Fuel Tank was removed by previous owner. This is now a great location for an Air Tank / Compressor with an outlet behind Front Fuel Door.

This is a very nice, easily restorable Bronco with minimal items left to purchase to finish. I would love to see someone restore this back to original Dark Jade Metallic Ranger.

I can be reached via Private Message for additional info. There are some pictures in my "77 Bronco Ranger Build" thread.

Thank you

Raymond

Last edited by rguest3; 09/24/19 at 06:19 PM.. Reason: SOLD

1977 - Ford Iconic Silver, Gen2 Coyote, 6R80, Coil-Overs, 4-Link Rear, Hydro PDB, PS
1977 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 410C, 4R70W, Atlas, PDB, PS
1971 - Boxwood Green, 351C, WR Top Loader, PDB, PS
1977 - Red, 351W, AX-15, PDB, PS
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Old 09/20/19, 04:20 PM   #2
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1977 - Ford Iconic Silver, Gen2 Coyote, 6R80, Coil-Overs, 4-Link Rear, Hydro PDB, PS
1977 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 410C, 4R70W, Atlas, PDB, PS
1971 - Boxwood Green, 351C, WR Top Loader, PDB, PS
1977 - Red, 351W, AX-15, PDB, PS
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Old 09/20/19, 05:11 PM   #3
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Here is the Marti Report for this 77 Bronco.
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1977 - Ford Iconic Silver, Gen2 Coyote, 6R80, Coil-Overs, 4-Link Rear, Hydro PDB, PS
1977 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 410C, 4R70W, Atlas, PDB, PS
1971 - Boxwood Green, 351C, WR Top Loader, PDB, PS
1977 - Red, 351W, AX-15, PDB, PS
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Old 09/20/19, 07:07 PM   #4
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Makes me wish I hadnít had the motor rebuilt in my non-Bronco daily driver a couple months back. Would be trying to find a way to make this happen.

Nice truck at a very fair price by someone who does quality work. Bet this ones not for sale for long.....
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Old 09/21/19, 12:04 PM   #5
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I would like to sell this Bronco to someone on here before listing on eBay.

1977 - Ford Iconic Silver, Gen2 Coyote, 6R80, Coil-Overs, 4-Link Rear, Hydro PDB, PS
1977 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 410C, 4R70W, Atlas, PDB, PS
1971 - Boxwood Green, 351C, WR Top Loader, PDB, PS
1977 - Red, 351W, AX-15, PDB, PS
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Old 09/24/19, 12:38 PM   #6
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I have a deposit in hand. My 77 Bronco has been sold.

1977 - Ford Iconic Silver, Gen2 Coyote, 6R80, Coil-Overs, 4-Link Rear, Hydro PDB, PS
1977 - Ford Magnetic Paint, 410C, 4R70W, Atlas, PDB, PS
1971 - Boxwood Green, 351C, WR Top Loader, PDB, PS
1977 - Red, 351W, AX-15, PDB, PS
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Old 09/24/19, 12:51 PM   #7
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Makes me wish I hadnít had the motor rebuilt in my non-Bronco daily driver a couple months back. Would be trying to find a way to make this happen.
...
Mary you NEED your DD, you don't NEED another Bronco

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I have a deposit in hand. My 77 Bronco has been sold.
congrats

1966 LUBR Tonko

1972 U15 Frankie
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Old 09/24/19, 03:09 PM   #8
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Congrats!

Storm'n Norm'n Started with a red '77 (SOLD)

Now a Sahara Beidge '66, 5.0EFI, 5 speed, twin stick, stealth winch, etc

And a camo '74, 302, auto (SOLD)
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Old 09/24/19, 04:10 PM   #9
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I have a deposit in hand. My 77 Bronco has been sold.
Bet the new owner is thrilled, hope itís off to a good home. Congrats to you both!

[QUOTE=1strodeo;3228185]Mary you NEED your DD, you don't NEED another Bronco

Very true Jeff, and itís been loyal to me for the past 25 yrs so I felt it deserved the rebuild. But if logic ever entered the equation we probably wouldnít drive around enjoying the smell of exhaust and listening to the sounds of a motor over a stereo
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Old 09/28/19, 05:50 PM   #10
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Congrats man, hopefully to a great home

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