Ford Bronco for Sale

Take a look at this 1992 Ford Bronco for sale.  It’s been lifted, has 39 inch super swamper tires, a sunroof, and most importantly, no rust.  It was listed on Craigslist for $3500.  No mileage was given.

It’s not a bad looking Bronco although I’m not really a fan of the blue trim.  It really doesn’t match up with the rest of the vehicle.  The tires however, along with the rims, look great.  You can tell by the tread that the swampers are relatively new and they aren’t a tire that comes cheap.  Depending on the brand you can figure around $200 each for new super swamper tires.  So basically you are getting $800 worth of new tires with the purchase of this Bronco.

Ford Bronco for Sale

Ford Bronco for Sale

Ford Bronco for Sale

Bronco Super Swamper Tires

Bronco Super Swamper Tires

You know, some people might not like the stickers and decals in the back and side windows, but on a vehicle like this, it just fits.  It gives the Bronco more character and makes it look like a vehicle of love.

Next up we have an early Ford Bronco for sale.  Once again listed on Craigslist, the price is a little steeper on this soft top.  It makes sense.  It’s hard to find a classic Ford Bronco for sale that is in good condition.  These old SUVs are notorious for rusting but when you consider it’s from 1969, you have to expect a little bit of rust.

Classic Ford Bronco for Sale

Classic Ford Bronco for sale

Classic Ford Bronco for sale

The old powder blue paint is perfect for this classic Bronco. I also like an old army green. When restoring a classic auto it’s sometimes easy to overlook the paint styles of the day. Don’t get me wrong, it’s going to look good either way but the powder blue makes this Bronco look like your grandfather owned it and kept it garaged all of these years. Take off the soft top to cruise around on a warm sunny day and you’ve nearly got yourself a time machine. Hopefully there is an old eight track installed to really set the mood.

Old Ford Broncos for sale like the blue one are becoming an endangered species. Sure there are plenty of enthusiasts out there restoring them, but to purchase a properly restored Bronco you are going to need $15 Grand or more. I don’t have that kind of cash laying around. Especially not for a vehicle that is going to be used mostly as a toy. So what I’m trying to say here is if you want one, get your hands on one as soon as possible, before it’s too late.

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