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‘Art in motion’ best captures the essence of this Early Ford Bronco project that has returned to Velocity after multiple years of enjoyment by its previous owner. Origionally completed in 2019, the top-to-bottom, front-to-back restoration retains the classic soul from the 70’s with a rich black Custom Paint job on a pristine body with a fully-refinished chassis. Polished Mickey Thompson wheels fit the period and a custom Velocity Exclusive interior with custom front and rear seats sweeten up the interior.

But we gave this restomod a  heart transplant. Enjoy a modern driving experience with a Ford Coyote 5.0 crate engine and automatic transmission that spins an all-new Dana 44 front axle and new 9-inch Ford rear end. Hydroboost-assisted disc brakes by Wilwood, Velocity Custom headers and Performance exhaust, our own serpentine system, and more – this machine aims to please.

Whether it’s the classic Ford Bronco looks or the premium features like JW Speaker headlights, Vintage Air A/C, and modern audio system, one thing always rings true: no one puts their heart and soul into modern classics like Velocity.



Ford Racing Coyote 5.0 Crate Engine
4R70W 4-Speed Automatic Overdrive Transmission
Atlas 20 Transfer Case
Velocity Exclusive Serpentine System
Velocity Custom Performance Exhaust


2.5” Suspension Lift
Dana 44 Front Axle
Ford 9″ Rear Axle
Wilwood 4-wheel Disc Brakes
Hydroboost Assisted Braking
Velocity Exclusive Aluminum Fuel Tank


Custom Black Paint
285/70r17 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A
Mickey Thompson Polished Wheels
Chrome OEM bumpers and Accessories
JW Speaker Headlights
All new glass and weather seals
Cut Fender Flares
Matching Blended Safari Top
6-Point Roll Cage


Velocity Exclusive High Back Front Seats with Rear Fold and Tumble
Dakota Digital Instrument Cluster
Vintage Air A/C System
Fusion BT Digital Stereo
Kicker Speakers
Memphis Audio Subwoofer
Ididit Tilt Column


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