This first-gen Bronco is ready for any adventure.
The first-generation Ford Bronco is a popular choice among classic car buyers right now – even former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez is getting in on the fun. You can find these trucks in a variety of builds ranging anywhere from original, uncut examples to custom restomods, and leaning more toward the latter is this tastefully modified 1977 Ford Bronco being sold by GR Auto Gallery.
This Bronco looks stunning with its Charcoal Metallic paint job accented by chrome trim, black fender flares and what appears to be a brand-new black soft top. With the top up, the tinted windows help keep the interior cool, and this Bronco is family friendly with maximum occupant safety thanks to the full roll cage and lap belts for the rear seats. Other interior upgrades include the Pioneer audio system, B&M shifter and a stylish three-spoke steering wheel with carbon fiber accents. Overall, this 1977 Ford Bronco has just enough modifications to make it stand out without looking overly customized.
Judging by the condition, this '77 Bronco probably won't see too many off-road excursions, but if it needs to hit the trails, it certainly can. That's thanks to the Warn winch with synthetic rope and the 17-inch Fuel wheels wrapped in meaty BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. Powering this beautiful Bronco is a 347 CID stroker V8 putting out 410 horsepower, and it has been upgraded with Holley electronic fuel injection to make sure this truck is ready for anything. The engine compartment is as stylish as the rest of the truck, too, with a finned Edelbrock air cleaner and matching valve covers with the Bronco and "Powered by Ford" logos.
Gallery: 1977 Ford Bronco
GR Auto Gallery has this Bronco listed for $62,900, but you can always click HERE to make an offer on this off-road icon.