This very high quality 1978 Ford Bronco in the recipient of a complete frame of restoration. Everything on the truck has a show quality finish from top to bottom and the Ford is powered by a Ford 460 Crate engine that makes a conservative 570 HP tire shredding HP. These trucks are hard to find, and this one is as good as new, or better!
The body features a laser straight bare metal refinish laid out in a high quality base/clear coat. The truck has excellent body lines throughout with everything closing and lining up as it should. All of the trim and glass is show quality NOS stuff. The grill is totally mint and all of the rubber is new throughout the truck. The front bumper is custom made and incorporates a high quality Warn winch. All of the fasteners used throughout the truck are stainless steel and ARP on the mechanical components.
You could have a meal off the undercarriage where all metal parts have been powder coated or ceramic coated. The floorboards were finished in the same base/clear as the top of the truck. Obviously, the suspension is new from front to rear, and the truck rides on a set of 38” tires.
The stump pulling 460 Boss crate engine makes a conservative 570 horsepower. It draws air through Demon carb, utilizes a electronic ignition, and exhales through a set of custom long tube headers and a custom exhaust system. The truck uses a custom built C6 tranny with a custom matched torque converter. The Bronco uses 4.88 gears in the front and rear and a 205 transfer case. Keeping this cool is a high capacity aluminum radiator.
The interior is all new from top to bottom and features nice stereo, and ice cold AC system. Controls for all the lights are in the overhead console and the rest of the controls are standard for stuff.
-460 CI Ford Boss Crate engine M6009-C460
-4.150 in. bore x 4.25 in. stroke
-Boss cast iron 4-bolt main block M-6010-BOSS35195 with 9.5 in. deck height
-.005″ below piston to deck height (nominal)
-SCAT forged steel, 4.250 in. stroke crankshaft
-SCAT forged steel H-beam 6.125 in. length connecting rods with floating pins and ARP bolts
-Mahle 4.150 in. bore forged, with reliefs
With just 350 miles since completion, this truck is low on wear, and high on fun. It’s unlikely that you’ll find a nicer ‘78 or ‘79 Bronco on the market.