1972 Ford Early Bronco

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • Type: Convertible
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 750
  • VIN: U14GLN21481
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: 302
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 Ford Bronco Description

Didn’t get what you wanted for Christmas?No problem; I am listing my 1972 Ford Bronco because I get to buy a minivan! Let me tell you about my darling bronco.I bought it on EBay in 2010 with the following upgrades:

Fiberglass tub, hood, and quarters

Power steering

Front disk brakes

Tuffy Glove Box

Overhauled 302 (I think the speedometer had around 30k on it)

I then took it to a builder who made the following upgrades:

Fuel injection (dyno-tested) and new fuel tank

Air Conditioning/Heat

5-Speed NV3500 Transmission (with twin stick Dana transfer case)

Custom dash with Dakota Digital Gauge (750 miles on it since), toggle switches, stereo with cd, mp3, Bluetooth, and navigation

Best Top black denim seats

New Magnaflow exhaust


All new wiring

Rock Blocker bumpers

18” Rims and tires

Since then, it has slowly received the following applications:

Rearview mirror with back-up camera, compass, and temperature gauge

Two pairs of JL speakers, Class D Rockford amp and sub

Rampage Soft top

James Duff Trail Doors

A coat of ceramic sound-deadening spray on the floor and hood

DynoMat and carpet on the floor

A very simple paint job

Now before you get too excited, the girl does have its share of issues:

Power steering is leaking (do not believe it to be the pump itself)

Sometimes the brake pedal does not fully release (completely random)

Small leak from the differential (I have not worried about it)

The zipper on the rear soft window is broken

Gas cap needs new gasket

Doors are complete crap; I have turned them into half doors with the intention of buying soft uppers from Bronco Design (I usually just ride with the trail doors, but it has been my daily driver this winter).The passenger door lock is starting to stick as well

Horn shorted out; have not gotten around to it

It can be a pain to get registered with the DMV; the only VIN is located on the frame (I found this out the hard way)

She could use a small lift; the tires are pretty snug to the fenders

Emergency Brake needs adjusted

Ok, that about sums it up; I hope she finds a wonderful home.She is not perfect, but we thoroughly enjoyed her. Comes with both sets of doors, a trail cover, and some random new weather stripping.I am selling it “as is”, so I will do my best to respond to any questions you may have. Deposit of $500 within 48 and balance in 7 days.