1969 Ford Bronco, Strong 302 V8, 4WD, Minimal Rust. Lots of Potential.

1969 Ford Bronco Removable Hardtop

Technical specifications of Ford Bronco 1969

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Fairhope, Alabama, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
Type: SUV/W Removable Top
Trim: Removable Hardtop
Year: 1969
Mileage: 43,000
VIN: U15GLF94451
Color: Yellow
Engine size: 302 V8
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: 4-Wheel Drive
Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
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I bought this truck about 7 weeks ago with intentions of restoring it. I have 3 other cars already in the works and I cant start on this one until July at the earliest. I have decided to sell it off. I have not done any work to it. I am not a mechanic and unable to answer technical questions. I did have my long time mechanic look it over and he said the motor was running well and in good shape and the body was pretty good for an unrestored 1969 Bronco. Minimal rust.

This could be a really nice ride with a little time and investment. They are a blast to drive. Some of them bring strong money when finished off nicely. Everyone wants a good truck with a good motor and a body with minimal rust. Lots of these early model Broncos are rust buckets. Not this one.

You can call me at 251-709-6959 if you have any questions about the truck.

I have only owned this truck for about 7 weeks and have done nothing to it. Here is the listing from the previous owner I bought it from:

"Up for Auction is a original 1969 Ford Bronco. The bronco has the original 302 with 3 speed column shift transmission. I haven't drove it much just off the trailer and up and down the street but from what I've seen it seems to run good and shifts fine. The headlights work but the tail lights need wired up. It also needs the seat bolted down to make it roadworthy. I have both fuel tanks for it but the rear tank isn't installed and the main tank needs the filler neck put back on. The best part about this Bronco is the minimal rust. I'd say the body is 99% rust free. The frame is also rust free but the front frame horns are bent. I have a really nice big frame section I'm including with the bronco that way the next person can decide if they want to straighten the frame horns or just replace them. The passenger side fender is pushed in a little bit so I would assume it's been hit or hit something at some point. It's nothing that seems to affect the way it drives just cosmetic. The bronco doesn't leak from anywhere I had it in my garage for a few months with no oil stains. All in all it's an original solid frame and body with what appears to be a good running motor. It's a good clean slate to do whatever you want with it. This bronco does have a reconditioned or rebuilt title."

This is an auction to buy a truck. Please do not bid on the truck unless you fully intend to complete the purchase within 3 days of the end of the auction. No exceptions, please. I don't think we are looking at a lot of money here, under $10,000 more than likely. You are welcome to call me and/or come and look at the truck anytime during the auction. You can make an offer and buy the truck on the spot after that if you like. The winning bidder is expected to make a $500 deposit within 48 hours of the end of the auction and make full payment within 3 days of the end of the auction. If you want to make an inspection or inquiries please do it during the auction. I can assist the winning bidder by providing names of transportation companies to get the truck delivered to you for a reasonable rate.

You can call me at 251-709-6959 with questions or to set up an inspection of the truck. I am not a mechanic but have provided as much information as I can on the truck.

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