over here, we have posted countless number of cars and most of them beckons you to put down your hard-earned bread money for them, no matter where you are in the world, but not this time. this 1991 Ford Bronco is special. special because not only because Ford Bronco is an icon in the truck world, but this custom truck was part of a “Give Forward” campaign which garnered over 65 grand, and it was stripped and tricked out by North Carolina-based classic car restorer RK Motors Charlotte in honor of a fallen American hero, US Navy SEAL Operator Adam Brown. RKMC, together with other sponsors including 5-Hour Energy, RoushYates, BDS Suspension and ESAB, worked to give Adam’s 1991 Ford Bronco a new leash of life.
under the hood, it has a new 5.0-liter “Coyote” Aluminator engine that puts out over 400 horses, which effectively makes it a true super truck. its new found power is transmitted to a 241 GM transfer case with slip yoke eliminator via a Tranzilla T56 6-speed gearbox and a Centerforce dual friction clutch, while a BDS lift system, Warn locking hubs and a Power Slot brake system sees to the handling department. aesthetically, Adam tribute Bronco features a one-piece fiberglass hood and wheel flares, custom bumpers, a Warn M12000 winch, “ammo storage” boxes on rails, custom LED lighting and smoothen exterior in a “Desert Tan” paint job wraps up the exterior bodywork. and oh, it now rides on 18-inch Fuel Off-road wheels, shod with Nitton Mud Grappier rubbers.
the interior was reworked with custom seats and panels, handcrafted dash, LED accent lighting, aviation-style gauges, a climate control system, a touchscreen entertainment system, complete with Alpine speakers, sub and a 5-channel amp, and touches of military hardware such as toggle and flip switches. the 1991 Ford Bronco “Project Fearless” is on display at the RKM Collector Car Auction from October 31 to November 3, 2013, at the Charlotte Convention Center, but if you missed that, you have a second chance to catch this awesome and meaningful truck in person at the Charlotte International Auto Show, happening from November 21-24 at the same place. head on down to My Classic Garage to learn more about this one-of-the-kind truck and also read about the man who inspired this project.