1967 Early Ford Bronco Half Cab - Sold

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1967 Early Ford Bronco Half Cab

And you thought YOUR truck was cool… You won’t find another Half-Cab Bronco like this anywhere in the world. As if a half-cab wasn’t rare enough, Velocity Restorations has customized this 1967 Ford Bronco with the finest fixin’s. Because a 302 might not be enough for everyone, a 2016 Coyote 5.0L and 4R70W gearbox have been stuffed into this truck. It drives like a new truck, strong and smooth. On top of a fancy gray paint job with matte black accents, this Bronco Half-Cab has been updated with modern LED lighting and custom smoked lenses. The exterior is completed with Amp Powerstep Running Boards, a custom water-sealed Rolling Bed Cover, and black billet wheels. A roll cage has been tied into the frame, and the interior is finished off with LED accent lights and an Ididit steering column with Billet Specialties wheel. It doesn’t need a thing, aside from you behind the wheel.

Drive Train:

  • 5.0 Coyote Crate Engine
  • 4 Speed 4R70 Transmission
  • Dana 20 transfercase
  • Custom 3 Inch Dual Exhaust with Magnaflow Muffler
  • Long Travel Radius Arms
  • 2.5″ Suspension Lift

Chassis:

  • 4 Wheel Willwood Disc Brakes
  • Hydroboost Assisted Braking

Interior:

  • Vintage Air Conditioning System
  • New Classic Procar Seats
  • Dakota Digital Gauge Cluster
  • Pioneer Head Unit
  • Kicker Mids-Highs

Exterior:

  • American Racing Ansen Wheels
  • 33X11.50 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A K02
  • JW Speaker LED Headlights
  • PPG Custom Paint

Add On Accessories:

  • Synchronized Dual Wipers
  • Twin Stick Shifter
  • Power Retracting Steps
  • 4 Point Rollcage with Dome Lights and Frame Tie-ins

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS CLASSIC

Interested in learning about the Velocity Restorations difference for your vehicle or want more information on purchasing one of our already restored Broncos? Feel free to call us at +1 (850) 466-1810 or email us by submitting the form below.

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