302 Ford Engine
C-4 automatic or 3-speed manual rebuilt transmission
Early Ford Broncos Mountain Edition
Crawling rocks, pounding dirt roads or cruising scenic mountain highways, the Early Ford Broncos Mountain Edition is more than capable — and looks good doing it.
The classic look is achieved with original-style bumpers and trim, fender flares, a bikini top and your choice of original-style or high-back seats. A 2.5-inch suspension lift and 33-inch BFG KO2s with polished Pacer wheels give you extra ground clearance for off-road fun. We’ve also packed a 302 Ford V8 under the hood for good measure.
Forget the lift ticket. Blaze your own trail to the top of the hill with the Early Ford Broncos Mountain Edition.
|Engine||302 Ford Engine|
|Transmission||Manual or Automatic|
|Lift Height||Up to 2.5"|
|Brakes||Power Disc Brakes|
|Exterior Color||Choice of Period Correct Paint|
|Tires||33" BF Goodrich T/A KO2s|
|Bumpers||Original Bronco Style|
|Roll Cage||4-Point Roll Cage|
|Steering||IDIDIT Tilt Steering|
|Seats||Original Style or High Back Reclining Seats|
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