1979 Bronco XLT 4x4
Bronco, with the Top-of-the-Line Ranger XLT trim. This bronco
still features it's original factory fancy two town paint scheme on a
rustfree western body. The odometer only reads 69,982 and it was
claimed to be actual. I must say, it is hands down the nicest and
tightest running and driving Bronco I have ever had. I have
personally put close to 100 miles it and it is an absolute pleasure to
drive. It does have surface rust on some of the exterior of the
lower body, but no rust through and is still good and solid. The
only spot of rust through is on the outside of the lift gate. It's
only an inch or so long, and the gate itself is still fine. Those
who know Broncos know that area is common. The underside and
floors are perfect.
It has a strong, smooth 400 engine with a nice shifting C6 automatic, PS, PDB, A/C, delay wipers, factory AM/FM, factory quad front shocks, front and rear anti-sway bars, and a custom receiver style hitch. It also has the factory sport steering wheel, which looks great and is very rare. It has conservative 3.50 gears, with a Dana 44 up front, a 9" in the rear, and the bullet proof 205 transfer case. The tires are stock size 235/75/15's that run out smooth and have good tread.
The interior is clean with nice carpet, a nice dash pad with no cracks, nice door panels. The only real wear is on the front seat on the drivers side. It also has a factory roll bar.
As I previously mentioned, this is a very nice driving Bronco. The suspension is tight, the brakes stop nice. The exhaust is quite, but could use new tailpipes. It truly runs and drives excellent. I would hop in and drive anyplace.
Overall, this is a very nice, very original, hard to find rustfree western second generation Bronco. These Bronco's are very popular and sell as soon as I post them.
Results for VIN#: U15SLDC9764
Model Year: 79
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