Ford manufactured 20,956 of these in ’69, but this restored Bronco is a one of a kind. Take a look at photos and video of the next car show trophy-stealer.
Debuting in 1966, the Ford Bronco was part of the first generation of sport utility vehicles. It competed against the Jeep CJ-5, Dodge Ramcharger and Chevy Blazer with a MSRP of $2945. This one goes for more than 25 times that. Hemmings has a made-in-Michigan fully restored 1969 Bronco with a price tag of $78,900.
If you think the price is unbelievable, check out the odometer: 129 miles. It’s got to be the end result of one of those barn finds- a car that was tucked away long ago and forgotten somewhere under a tarp in the shadows of a leaning barn with faded red paint. The bright red paint job paired with the white interior gives the Bronco a classic look, but the restoration is modern with a rebuilt, original, 302 v8 under the hood and lot of other things only car guys understand.
Powering the Bronco is a rebuilt, original,…