Specialty Auto Auction is Selling a Restored and Uncut 1967 Bronco This Weekend

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A meticulously restored 1967 Ford Bronco, marking the first year Ford introduced the V8 option into the Bronco line, is set to capture the hearts of classic car enthusiasts at the upcoming 2024 Spring Specialty Auto Auction on May 11. This iconic SUV, known for its rugged charm and versatility, comes finished in a striking Brittany Blue with a contrasting white top and deluxe white interior, embodying the spirit of vintage off-road adventure.

The Bronco, with VIN U15NLA30332, has undergone a comprehensive body-off restoration, ensuring that every component from the axles to the upholstery reflects both authenticity and quality. It boasts a 289 cubic inch engine paired with an AX15 5-speed transmission, enhancing its original design with modern driving dynamics. Equipped with Dana 20 transfer case, power steering, and power front disc brakes, this vehicle combines classic aesthetics with contemporary performance.


Additional features include a 2.5-inch lift kit that complements its sturdy stance and tilt steering for enhanced drivability. The deluxe interior, true to its era but refreshed to meet today's standards of comfort, invites both collectors and driving enthusiasts to envision themselves behind the wheel. This Bronco is not just a showpiece; it's ready for the road, or perhaps more fittingly, the path less traveled.

Scheduled to be auctioned at the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum in Birmingham, Alabama, this 1967 Ford Bronco represents an exquisite blend of historical significance and restored beauty. Potential buyers and Bronco aficionados can look forward to bidding on this exceptional vehicle, which is as ready for a new owner as it is for new adventures. For more details on the auction and this particular lot, interested parties are encouraged to visit the official Specialty Auto Auction website.

Specialty Auto Auction takes place live and online Saturday, May 11th in Greeley, Colorado. With several classic cars and trucks from rust-free Western states, here’s the opportunity to add to your collection.

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