If you have a thing for truck, you will not look away from a Bronco, or should we say, you should not look away from this Brittany Blue 1971 Ford Bronco rolled out by Ohio-based Classic Ford Broncos. The name of the company behind this beauty pretty much says it all; they are all business when it comes to rejuvenating Broncos and the Brittany Blue 1971 Ford Bronco you see here is latest example. It was a restoration mod job that retains the look and ruggedness of the original while boosting the performance and reliability to be in par with that of today’s SUV.
Every imaginable aspect of this 1971 Ford Bronco has been updated, including a heart lend to it by a current year Ford Racing Coyote 5L motor mated to a 4R70W automatic gearbox and an Atlas II transfer case in between, a 3-inch stainless exhaust paired to a Borla muffler, Wilwood disc brakes all-round, 23-gallon BCB gas tank with coated fuel line, 2-inch billet aluminum body lift, 2-inch Bilstein 5100 series suspension, Borgeson steering box, custom driveshafts front and rear, 15×10 Eagle alloys wrapped in massive BFG all-terrain tires, 13.5- or 15-inch wood steering wheel with Ford horn button, Hellwig front sway bar, and a Bluetooth-enabled Siruis XM-compatible head unit hooked up to a 6-driver speaker setup – just name a few.
If you are keen in getting your Bronco souped up the right way, then this more-than-a-decade old Ford Bronco specialist is the go-to company. Don’t say we didn’t you.
Images courtesy of Classic Ford Broncos.
Submitted via TIP US page.