Ford Bronco

What’s Old Is New Again

The power of nostalgia is deep and effective. We love to drift off to previous times, far away from the realities of pandemics, politics, life, bills, and every part of living that they never prepared us for when we were kids. In fact, there’s some real science behind the power of nostalgia and the things…

The Toyota FJ

The Toyota FJ series is no poser

If you look at the grizzled, yet familiar face of this classic Toyota FJ Series 40, your mind immediately races to faraway lands with rugged mountain tops, dense jungles, frozen tundras, and seething deserts. Sure, the modern car companies want you to believe that your crossover is just as good at plodding through the jungle…

1967 International Harvester Scout

A Velocity Restoration Highlight: 1967 International Harvester Scout

There’s no doubt about it – the International Harvester Scout is one of the coolest vehicles to ever live in the pantheon of SUV history. When the Scout came to market, it was a bare-bones SUV that was built to persuade Bronco and Jeep buyers over to the International Harvester stable. Today, it’s become a…

1974 Classic Ford Bronco

Featured Bronco of the Month: 1974 Classic Ford Bronco

Unsurpassed craftsmanship meets cutting-edge technology for this 74’ Bronco build, all brought to you by the team at Velocity. From the Mickey Thompson polished wheels, to the custom Brittany Blue paint job and Coyote 5.0 engine, this classic Ford Bronco has been innovatively restored for a modern driving experience. This impeccably finished restoration is new…

Classic Ford Bronco

Why Choose A Velocity Ford Bronco?

It’s easy to throw the word “Icon” around these days without taking a few seconds to really consider the weight of this seemingly simple word. The Oxford dictionary says that an icon is “a person or thing regarded as a representative symbol or as worthy of veneration.” That’s a huge expectation to live up to…

1964 International Scout

Made for More, Built by Velocity…A Scout you won’t want to miss

The automotive landscape of 1964 looked much different than it does today. Muscle cars were beginning to cement their place in the American heart, and sedans and station wagons were the choice of families who needed something to carry people and their stuff. Unlike today, SUVs and pickup trucks were not mainstream family vehicles. They…