The 1973 Ford Bronco is a classic and highly collectable. At the time of it’s release it had respectable sales but lagged way behind the Blazer which had double the sales. The problem was that the 73 Ford Bronco didn’t look much different from the original Bronco in 1966 and the Blazer was a much larger and more comfortable vehicle.
None of that really matters today as retro is in and it’s difficult to get more retro cool than the early Bronco. We’ve gathered and highlighted three Bronco’s from 1973 that are great examples of what you can find for sale everyday of the week.
We found this 1973 Ford Bronco for sale in San Antonio, Texas and it has been well cared for. The burnt orange paint job is brand new but it’s a nice classic color. The engine is a 302 V8 with 78,000 miles on it. The upholstery, head cover, tires, and light covers are all brand new. Everything that needed to be replaced has already been replaced with the exception of the front bumper which is still missing. That’s an easy enough fix. The owner bought this vehicle for his daughter but the mom was concerned that it had no airbags so he sold it recently for $13,000.
This 1973 Bronco for sale in Jackson, Louisiana has also been well taken care of. That’s important for anyone that doesn’t want to spend a lot of time looking for 1973 Ford Bronco parts. The exterior of this vehicle is forest green on white and the interior is black and mostly brand new. The engine is the original 302 and it has 102,000 miles on it. This Bronco also has a winch, trailer hitch, new tires, new skyjacker lift, and new ignition. The most important thing to look for on these old Broncos is rust. They are fairly notorious for rusting but this one only has minimal rust.
Last but not least is this chopped 1973 Ford Bronco located in Little Rock, Arkansas. It has a rebuilt 302 V8 engine with 40,000 miles on it. It’s in pretty good shape and on it’s way to being restored. The interior needs some work and as expected it does have some rusting issues that need to be dealt with. It also might be a good idea to get a roll cage in there. It looks great with the top off but being decapitated doesn’t look so great and these vehicles are known to roll over.