1974 FORD BRONCO 4x4 302 V-8/automatic powertrain


Description


The Bronco featured a purposeful and instantly recognizable square body design that with flat glass, no-frills bumpers, and a spartan interior. Initial models included a wagon, pickup-style half-cab, and adventurous Jeep-style roadster. Interiors included front bucket seats, a rear bench, and tachometer. Available items included an auxiliary gas tank, snowplow, winch, tow bar, post-hole digger, and special-purpose wheels and tires. Standard power was provided by a modified version of Ford’s 105-HP, 170 CI ‘six’ at introduction; the 289 CI small-block V-8 was optionally available later during 1966, upsized to 302 CI by 1968. Updates throughout production were mostly detail-oriented, with an automatic transmission first offered as an option for 1973. Upscale interiors and even factory-installed air conditioning were also added to the option list in the 1970s, extending the lifespan of the highly popular first-generation Bronco, which enjoyed production through 1977. Today, these sporty icons continue to enjoy strong demand for their pure design, rugged good looks, and legendary versatility.
1974 FORD BRONCO 4x4 302 V-8/automatic powertrain
$ 16,000.00
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The Bronco featured a purposeful and instantly recognizable square body design that with flat glass, no-frills bumpers, and a spartan interior. Initial models included a wagon, pickup-style half-cab, and adventurous Jeep-style roadster. Interiors included front bucket seats, a rear bench, and tachometer. Available items included an auxiliary gas tank, snowplow, winch, tow bar, post-hole digger, and special-purpose wheels and tires. Standard power was provided by a modified version of Ford’s 105-HP, 170 CI ‘six’ at introduction; the 289 CI small-block V-8 was optionally available later during 1966, upsized to 302 CI by 1968. Updates throughout production were mostly detail-oriented, with an automatic transmission first offered as an option for 1973. Upscale interiors and even factory-installed air conditioning were also added to the option list in the 1970s, extending the lifespan of the highly popular first-generation Bronco, which enjoyed production through 1977. Today, these sporty icons continue to enjoy strong demand for their pure design, rugged good looks, and legendary versatility.

Additional information

Make: FORD
Model: BRONCO
Year: 1974
Doors: 2
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Tan
Exterior Color: Yellow
Vehicle Identification Number: U15GLU87191
United States, California, Los Angeles
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