This awesome 1975 Ford Bronco''s list of modifications reads like a who''s-who of the off-roading aftermarket, and the result is a truck that''s ready to hit the trails or the town, depending on your mood. If you''re looking for the raw, visceral feeling of conquering the roughest terrain in a truck that can go anywhere, this is an ideal choice, but it looks so good, you might have a hard time convincing yourself to take it there. There''s just nothing cooler out on the dunes than an early Bronco, but this one is so off-the-charts nice that perhaps a nicely manicured show field would be more appropriate. Finished in beautiful late-model gun metal gray, it actually looks sophisticated, as if you''d be able to take it out to dinner right before hitting the trails. The steroid-injected suspension surely helps the attitude, with wide fender flares over the massive off-road tires, an industrial strength front bumper with remote-controlled winch, and a satin black top that has an all-business look. Actually, this one has three tops: a full hardtop, a half cab hardtop over the front seats only, and a convertible bikini top for really having fun in the sun. However, looking this one over, it''s pretty obvious that someone spent a ton of money making it ready for battle, then proceeded to pamper it and keep it safe. The finish is beautiful without any of the road rash you''d expect on a serious off-road machine. This is a Bronco that you could use every day, not just an overgrown toy. As you''d expect, the interior is economically basic, with hose-it-out flexible bed-liner material sprayed on the floor and the low back factory black vinyl bucket seats that look new. The original dash is intact and houses the factory speedometer and auxiliary gauges, all in a single round gauge, which is kind of cool all by itself. The remaining knobs and levers are for things like the lights and heat, although there is an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit mounted in the center. An aftermarket steering wheel doesn''t look as out-of-place as you''d think in the freshened Bronco interior, and it works well with the column-mounted shifter for the 3-speed manual transmission (the floor-mounted lever is for the 2-speed transfer case). Like the exterior, the workmanship is excellent, and it is not only functional, but comfortable and fun as well, and with either of the hardtops in place, it seals up quite nicely. With big tires, you need plenty of engine, and the built 302 under the hood delivers, making this Bronco quick and nimble, on road and off. The two-barrel carburetor is just the way the factory intended, although the Ford Blue engine paint and shiny chrome dress-up parts give it a bit more visual punch. Power steering makes it easy to handle, and the suspension is a heavy-duty setup from James Duff, complete with urethane bushings. The rear end offers more heavy-duty components and the dual exhaust system was tucked up high for protection. Everything was covered with protective undercoating and those giant tires are 33x12.50-15 mudders on a set of handsome Eagle alloys. This is without a doubt one of the coolest Broncos we''ve ever seen, and it''s just as fun as it looks in photos. If you''ve been waiting for a great one, this is it. Don''t wait, call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.