1977 Ford Bronco - Ranger Package

1977 Ford Bronco Ranger Package

Technical specifications of Ford Bronco 1977

Price: US $56,900.00
Condition: Used
Item location: Tempe, Arizona, United States
Make: Ford
Model: Bronco
SubModel: Rebuilt Transfer Case
Type: SUV
Trim: Ranger Package
Year: 1977
Mileage: 100500
VIN: U15GL020279
Color: Silver Metallic
Engine size: 302-V-8 with new Intake Manifold
Number of cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Blue with Heringbone
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: 4-Wheel Drive, Convertible
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1977 Ford Bronco - Ranger Package
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1977 was the last year of production for the iconic first generation Ford Bronco. This 1977 Bronco was restored to original condition. I bought it in February 2018 from GR Auto Gallery thinking I had purchase a "cherry". I learned a lot from an online, sight-unseen purchase. The Bronco was far from perfect. Since I received it, I have restored it back to it's original glory. I started by getting a Marti Report, and researching how the original Bronco was delivered back in 1977.
The main features of this 1977 Ford Bronco are:1. 302-V-8 with new intake2. Automatic Transmission3. Air Conditioning4. Ranger Package5. New, awesome paint job including body work6. 4-Wheel Disc Breaks7. 4WD8. Rebuilt transmission, transfer case, rear-end9. All new exterior trim and seals10. All details are as close as we could get them to original (steering wheel, seats, trim, etc.)
I had Blackdog Creations perform the body and paint work to get it up to my standards. We chose the original paint color on the body (Silver Metallic), and we went with a brighter white on the top vs the Ford Wimbledon White. Any rust was cut out and replaced by Blackdog. We bought a new OEM style hood since the old hood had about 3" of bondo on it.
The 302 V-8 engine was completely gone through by Chandler West Auto. They also rebuilt the transmission and transfer case. Driven 4x4 in Phoenix rebuilt the rear-end and added 4 wheel disc breaks, along with all new brake lines.
I spent thousands on OEM style replacement parts at CJ Pony Parts, Toms Bronco Parts, Bronco Graveyard, Amazon, eBay, and a few other specialty stores.
I love to drive this Bronco, but am out of room in my garage for it. I would like it to go to a good home to a fellow Bronco enthusiast. We currently have 4 Broncos (77, 88, and 2-96's), and 4 pre-1986 Jeeps (CJ5, 2-CJ7's and a Grand Wagoneer). Please call or text if you are interested.

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