In Part 1 of our series, Best of Barret-Jackson, we take a look at the Ford Broncos that will be hitting the auction block in Scottsdale next week. The Broncos range from very clean, classic originals to totally customized from top to bottom. There are a total of 13 trucks up for auction and each one of them is listed as having No Reserve. Below you’ll find a short overview of each Bronco, a photo, and a direct link to the specific auction.
Lot #103: 1973 Ford Bronco
This two owner 1973 Ford Bronco Sport Edition has undergone a complete restoration along with the addition of a few upgrades such as new upholstery, rebuilt gauges, keyless power locks, and a powder coated roll bar. The Bronco has Wild Horses custom powder coated bumpers front and rear, 3.5″ Wild Horses lift, and 33″ mud terrains. The 302 has been rebuilt with AFR heads, ceramic coated headers, 4 barrel Holley carb, and Vintage Air Conditioning has been added. The Bronco was repainted to factory Candy Apple Red and Cream White. Read the full description.
Lot #374 – 1973 Ford Bronco
This custom 1973 Ford Bronco features red with black seats, a fuel injected 302, automatic transmission, and new paint. All the body parts are original and the Bronco has a full cage with bikini top. Read the full description.
Lot #391 – 1974 Ford Bronco
This 1974 Ford Bronco underwent a complete ground-up restoration. The Bronco has a rust-free body with new chrome bumpers front and rear along with new exterior badges and lenses. The truck has a newly refreshed 302. All of the interior has been restored to factory spec with white vinyl seating to match the hardtop and new dash. The Bronco has a 3″ Rancho lift and period correct custom wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires. Read the full description.
Lot #409 – 1977 Ford Bronco
This restored Bronco has a 302 that was bored to a 308. Features include Vintage Air, modern stereo with iPod integration. Factory hard top and factory doors are in good condition. Read the full description.
Lot #410 – 1977 Ford Bronco
This ’77 Bronco has undergone a complete frame-off restoration and over $90,000 was invested in the process. The truck has a 408 with custom fuel injected forged Windsor stroker putting out over 400hp. Other upgrades include a fiberglass tub with Mercedes Polar White paint. The Bronco has custom Wild Horses suspension and custom locked front and rear 9″ axles. All the gauges and electrics have been upgraded along with many other features too numerous to list. Read the full description.
Lot #421 – 1974 Ford Bronco
This Bronco has the original 302, automatic transmission and 4WD. The truck has been repainted once and just came out of long-term ownership in a private collection. It has minor upgrades and is unusually equipped with air conditioning. Read the full description.
Lot #451 – 1974 Ford Bronco
This ’74 is a rare Explorer package one family owner. All the original paperwork and VIN plates are intact as well as the original owner’s manual. With many rare options and correct documentation, this a very clean example of an unmolested Bronco. Read the full description.
Lot #532 – 1966 Ford Bronco
This ’66 is a solid and rust free Bronco from Arizona. The truck has a rebuild 302 with C4 automatic transmission, as well as a Ford 9″ rear end with Dana 30 front axle. A 5″ lift was added along with custom Pro Comp 17″ rims and Mickey Thompson 33″ tires. The interior has been redone with a custom roll bar and 3 point seat belts. Other upgrades included Vintage Air and a 9,000 lb winch with remote. Read the full description.
Lot #658 – 1977 Ford Bronco
This ’77 has the original 302 and a 3-speed. It also has one-off doors and a bikini top with new interior. Read the full description.
Lot #669.1 – 1971 Ford Bronco
This 1971 Ford Bronco has undergone a complete ground-up restoration and features custom two-tone paint. New bumpers have been added to both the front and rear along with a fiberglass cowl induction hood and Bushwacker fender flares. The interior has been completely updated and refreshed to match the two-tone paint scheme of the truck with custom red stitching added to tie in the pin-striping. The 302 under the hood has been professionally rebuilt with new Drake headers, Drake performance valve covers, and new intakes and air cleaner. FlowMaster exhaust has been added as well. The truck is fitted with new 18″ black Rhino wheels wrapped in 33″ Toyo Open Country mud terrains. Read the full description.
Lot #673 – 1969 Ford Bronco
This ’69 received a full frame-off restoration. The manual transmission, 4 wheel drive, and rebuilt 302 are all in working order. The interior is period correct and is completely new. The owner had the Bronco professionally lifted with new wheels and tires added along with a new top. The truck has less than 100 miles on it since the restoration. Read the full description.
Lot #1548 – 1971 Ford Bronco
This ’71 has the factory 302 and was the recipient of a “high performance enthusiast restoration.” Upgrades include Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley throttle body fuel injection, custom long tube headers, and a full FlowMaster exhaust system. The suspension has been upgraded with a 3″ Rancho RS5000 series lift kit, dual Rancho RS9000 shocks at all four corners, Rancho steering stabilizer, and an ARB locking front diff. The Bronco rolls on 16″ Eagle Alloy wheels with 33″ BFG Mud Terrains. Other features include a Warn winch, fender flares, upgraded lighting, and power steering and brakes. Read the full description.
Lot #3020 – 1969 Ford Bronco
This Bronco features a custom-built 406 small block with a Holly billet carb, aluminum radiator, and Concept-1 serpentine system. A custom-made wiring harness was made to go along with the Classic Instruments gauges. The 406 is paired with a new NV3550 5-speed and a twin stick Atlas transfer case. Custom driveshafts were added along with Dyna Trac Pro Rock 60 front and rear axles. The interior has been updated and completely customized throughout including Corbeau front and rear seats with harnesses and grab handles. All proceeds from the sale of this Bronco benefit the Armed Forces Foundation. Read the full description.