1969 Ford Bronco Hunter 302 CI V-8 engine


Description


Fitted with HMS rear fender flares, roll bar, padded steering wheel and power steering, items not seen on a production Bronco until the 1971 Baja Bronco
Discovered in 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona
Fastidious 2,400 hour concours restoration
Blueprinted and dyno-tuned 302 CI V-8 engine
3-speed manual gearbox with period floor shift conversion
Front and rear Traction-Lok differentials
Numerous special options and features
Bronco Sport trim package
Using the hidden confidential Ford VIN on the right frame rail, a Marti Report was obtained that validated the body and chassis were indeed a match to the original Holman Moody VIN tag the Hunter still wore.  It was purchased on the spot by Colin Comer, who would then treat it to a stunning 2,400 man hour concours restoration in his world-class workshop. Comer endeavored to highlight the Bronco Hunter’s unique Holman-Moody lineage, bringing a one-of-a-kind Bronco back to life in a bold and fastidiously detailed way. During the restoration, every effort was made to ensure the finished product would not only look amazing, but also perform better than new so subtle upgrades were hidden within the build, such as custom “soft ride” springs, Bilstein shock absorbers, a front anti-sway bar, electronic ignition, a fully balanced driveline, hidden sound deadening in critical areas, and
1969 Ford Bronco Hunter 302 CI V-8 engine
$ 16,600.00
Used
Sell
Fitted with HMS rear fender flares, roll bar, padded steering wheel and power steering, items not seen on a production Bronco until the 1971 Baja Bronco
Discovered in 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona
Fastidious 2,400 hour concours restoration
Blueprinted and dyno-tuned 302 CI V-8 engine
3-speed manual gearbox with period floor shift conversion
Front and rear Traction-Lok differentials
Numerous special options and features
Bronco Sport trim package
Using the hidden confidential Ford VIN on the right frame rail, a Marti Report was obtained that validated the body and chassis were indeed a match to the original Holman Moody VIN tag the Hunter still wore.  It was purchased on the spot by Colin Comer, who would then treat it to a stunning 2,400 man hour concours restoration in his world-class workshop. Comer endeavored to highlight the Bronco Hunter’s unique Holman-Moody lineage, bringing a one-of-a-kind Bronco back to life in a bold and fastidiously detailed way. During the restoration, every effort was made to ensure the finished product would not only look amazing, but also perform better than new so subtle upgrades were hidden within the build, such as custom “soft ride” springs, Bilstein shock absorbers, a front anti-sway bar, electronic ignition, a fully balanced driveline, hidden sound deadening in critical areas, and

Additional information

Make: Ford
Model: Bronco Hunter
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 23412
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: White
Exterior Color: Orange
Vehicle Identification Number: U15GLD84112
United States, North Carolina, Charlotte
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