A corner ice cream store easily found by the laughter of children. An old wooden pavilion in the middle of town square with a plaque to commemorate its founding. The single 4-way stop at the heart of town, without a stoplight to be seen for miles. And old men sitting outside the barber shop, telling tales of the way things used to be. This is Hometown America, and many of them were built on the backs of the Ford Bronco. This Bronco brings us back to the fond memories of years past. We’ve laid hands on her before, each time with improvements that made it just that much more drivable. Our personal nostalgia aside, this one was built to be driven. From the 302V8 engine with upgraded fuel injection, power steering, power brakes, all the way through to the C4 automatic transmission: jump in, turn the key, and head home… wherever that may be for you.
302 V8 Fuel injected