The 1975 Ford Bronco is a thing of beauty. It has a classic body design that is still beloved today. And part of that love is shown by restoring the aging mechanical wonders. Sometimes people restore the 1975 Bronco to perfection. Other times it’s a tragedy beyond words. We are going to take a look at both ends of the spectrum as we preview three 75 Broncos I recently found for sale.
It’s important to remember that these are examples of what is out there and what is available to purchase. I don’t actually have the sellers contact information and most of these vehicles will have sold long before you read this post. But trust me, you are going to want to see these.
We are going to start off with my favorite first. This 1975 Ford Bronco for sale in Las Vegas, Nevada is desert dwellers dream. I want to move to the desert just so I have an excuse to own one. And also because Kansas sucks on occasion. Anyway, as you can see this Bronco has been cut for the open top look but nearly everything else has been kept as close to original as possible. It’s a 4×4 with a 302 V8 engine, Pro-Comp lift, 33 inch tires, Micky Thompson Classic aluminum wheels, and decent speaker system. You know, not one of those items are original 1975 Ford Bronco parts so I’m not exactly sure what the owner means we he says he kept it as close to original as possible. Either way it is a great looking truck and sold for close to $20,000.
Ok, here’s a 1975 Ford Bronco that has actually been restored as close to original specs as possible. It does have a CD player but we are just getting picky if are going to complain about that. Although I do admit I wish it had an eight track instead.
The engine on this Bronco is a 302 that has been fully restored. The body frame was sandblasted to remove any and all rust. It has dual gas tanks and a new hounds tooth black and white interior that goes great with the exterior paint job. Bronco’s restored this well don’t go cheap and the owner wants $22,000 for this one.
Last up is this tragic looking beast. But much like the beast in Beauty and the Beast, there is more to this guy than his hideous looks. It’s actually been restored nearly 90 percent of the way. However, I must admit when I first saw the picture I thought it had been haphazardly pieced together with any parts the owner could find. Judging a book by it’s cover is probably why I’m still single.
The owner has dumped nearly 18 grand into this restoration and is willing to sell it for less than $15,000. There is obviously still work to be done like body touch ups and a paint job but all of the guts have been taken care of. So basically, the hard part is done for you.