Coyote-Powered Bronco Is Selling Tuesday At No Reserve

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An automotive masterpiece, the 1969 Ford Bronco, has been transformed into a confluence of classic style and modern engineering. Acquired in 2019 by its current owner, this iconic vehicle underwent a comprehensive refurbishment, resulting in a no-reserve offering that marries vintage allure with contemporary performance.

At its heart lies a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate engine, a beacon of raw power, seamlessly integrated with a 10R80 ten-speed automatic transmission and an Atlas dual-range twin-stick transfer case. Complemented by a limited-slip rear differential, this Bronco redefines the off-roading experience.

The exterior, a striking vision in black, courtesy of Shannon’s Broncos steel bodywork, radiates a timeless elegance. Its chrome accents, including stylish bumpers and AMP Research power-operated side steps, enhance its aesthetic appeal. A black grille, dual mirrors, and Bronco Sport badging further elevate its profile.

Beneath the beauty lies a robust Kincer Engineering chassis, powder-coated for durability, featuring a 3” suspension lift and front and rear four-link suspensions. The ride is smoothed by TracTive remote-reservoir coilover shocks, ensuring unparalleled handling and comfort.

Inside, the cabin welcomes with heated front bucket seats and a rear bench, all wrapped in Vintage Broncos diamond-stitched brown vinyl. Modern amenities abound, from Vintage Air climate control to an Alpine touchscreen infotainment system, ensuring a ride that is as comfortable as it is thrilling.

Driving pleasure is enhanced by a wood-rimmed, tilt-adjustable steering wheel and Dakota Digital instrumentation, offering a seamless blend of classic and contemporary. The digital odometer, displaying less than 800 miles, is a nod to the meticulous care and limited use this vehicle has enjoyed.

Underpinning this remarkable transformation is a suite of top-tier components: from a Ford Performance ECU and aluminum radiator to Krawlers Edge exhaust headers and a Borla muffler. Each element has been chosen to enhance performance while respecting the Bronco’s storied heritage.

Completing this unique offering is the original warranty plate, a testament to the vehicle’s origins and its journey through time. This 1969 Ford Bronco, now a blend of past and present, represents a rare opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts alike to own a piece of automotive history, redefined for the modern era.

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Shawn Henry

Shawn Henry is an accomplished automotive journalist with a genuine passion for cars and a talent for storytelling. His expertise encompasses a broad spectrum of the automotive world, including classic cars, cutting-edge technology, and industry trends. Shawn's writing is characterized by a deep understanding of automotive engineering and design.

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