In 1966 Ford Bronco was introduced and the original was an off-road vehicle intended to compete with the Jeep CJ and the international harvester scout. Ford eventually realised that this 2-door vehicle would go on to depict what many believe is the traditional form of multi-purpose vehicles. Now the Ford Bronco is known universally as the half-cab, these rare Broncos can be found making its rounds at various auctions internationally.
This particular 1966 Ford Bronco, seen in the image gallery, features a raven black exterior finish, red painted steel wheels a three-speed manual transmission paired with a rebuilt 302 CI V8 engine in an overall iconic Bronco shell.
This particular Ford Bronco is 1 of 2,317 half-cab Broncos built in 1969 and only 1 of 42 produced in this particular colour combination. The car is going for an estimated price between $40,000 and $50,000. It is a true vintage out of the late 60's that is any Ford-Junkie's dream come true.