Seller offering a 1978 Ford Bronco with 97,535 original miles for $8,200. The Bronco has a lift kit with Mickey Thompson tires that are near new. Bronco has been repainted within the past 7 years but is starting to show some rust in the rear fender wells. Car needs new lockouts (which Seller says they do have). Gas gauge has not worked for a couple of years. Current owner has only had to top off once. Two tone blue/while example with blue vinyl interior. Body looks to be in overall good condition. interior has some rips and probably could be replaced. Not clear whether a back set is included.
The 2nd generation Bronco was introduced in 1978, much larger than its predecessor, and designed to compete with the K5 Blazer. Unlike the K5, it had a removable hardtop that was designed to be free of leaks. The rear window glass was designed to be rolled down into the tailgate via a dash mounted switch or from using a key on the outside. The ’78 Bronco was based on the Ford F-100 truck, the Bronco was slightly shorter and had a part-time powertrain. The ’78 Bronco was equipped with a 5.8L V8 and 4 speed transmission. The early model Broncos (’66-’77) have seen an explosion in interest. The 2nd generation Broncos are surely to be next, especially in anticipation of the Ford Bronco that is likely to be introduced in 2018. See the seller’s listing on Craigslist for more details and contact information.