|Auction Close||Year||Make/Model||Sold $|
Ford Bronco II1966 ORIGINAL Ford Bronco 170cc Engine 57xxx miles
|$12,600||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1972 Ford Bronco w/ 302 V8!
|$12,900||[ view auction details ]|
Ford BroncoFord Bronco 302 Engine.
|$11,000||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1973 Ford Bronco UNCUT Original V8 Classic
|$16,600||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1973 Ford Bronco Explorer in Burnt Orange
|$25,600||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1970 Ford Bronco...3 speed on Column...110K NO RESERVE AUCTION
|$9,600||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1973 ford bronco raido
|$59||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco II1966 Ford Bronco. Complete rebuild. 302 c.i., 3 speed manual transmisson.
|$15,700||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1974 Ford Bronco 84K orig miles. Uncut Wimbledon white 302 3 speed. Sweet
|$17,800||[ view auction details ]|
Ford Bronco1976 Ford Bronco Sport (Special Decor Group) Original V8 302 Automatic Blue
|$8,100||[ view auction details ]|
|Engine Options||170-ci & 200-ci I6; 289-ci & 302-ci V8|
|Max Power||205 hp (302)|
|Max Speed||100 mph|
|Parts & Support|
The Bronco was Ford's answer to the International Scout and the Jeep CJ, with simple styling and basic engineering that made it right at home both on and off-road. It featured an all-new chassis as well as 4x4 running gear from the F100 pickup, with flat glass and simple bumpers giving it a utilitarian go-anywhere feel. Built in several different styles, including a half-cab, wagon, and roadster, these square Broncos are still popular among collectors, with a variety of aftermarket parts available.