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I have a very rare 1994 four door Bronco that I'd like to trade for a RZR or sell outright.

There were only about 3500 of them ever made since 1978 (estimating maybe 2000 still in running condition). I looked for years before I found one and I have not seen any locally since.

Specifics:

80,000 original miles
5.8L V8 (351w)
Third row seat
A/C
Rear air
Towing package
Custom runnnng boards
Power windows and door locks on front doors
Middle seat (60/40 split) folds and tumbles
Rear seat folds into a small bed
Rear top removes just like the regular Bronco

Upgrades:

Lift kit (less than 1000 miles)
New rims and tires (less than 1000 miles)
35x12.50x15 Dick Cepek tires
15" Aluminum outlaw rims
All new brake lines (less than 1000 miles)
New high performance brakes and rotors (less than 50 miles)
New transmission cooler
New cold air intake
New performance chip
A/C fresh charge (less than a month ago)
New window tint (less than three months old)

This vehicle get's LOTS of attention! I get looks and questions everywhere I go. I installed the 15" Outlaw wheels to keep the look authentic to what was typical for that time period. It would make a nice show truck (with some minor body work) or work great as a family hauler (seats 7). It does need some body work typical to the Broncos on the roof and bottom edge of the rear fenders. It does not have any through-rust though. It also has a small exhaust leak at the manifold (also typical of Ford engines). I looked for 10 years to find one of these vehicles. I'm sorry to see it go, but I'm looking for a UTV to go hunting, due to an accident in the family. So, my loss is your gain.

I can email pics of the Bronco to anyone who is interested or you can PM me for a phone number.

The Bronco is located in Charleston, WV. I can help with arranging shipping if needed (although I've never shipped a car before... lol)

If I get a chance, I'll try to load a pic or two later.

Thanks for looking and keep your tires in the dirt!!!!
 
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