You really can't go wrong with a 2nd-gen Bronco. You can leave them completely stock, with tiny wheels and tires in place. Or you can add a lift kit and throw some big knobby rollers under there. n this case, that powerplant is a 466 cubic-inch Ford V8 that's been built to the hilt. It's packing plenty of goodies including Edelbrock heads and intake manifold, roller rockers, a gear drive timing setup, Holley 750 carb, headers, and a Flowmaster exhaust. But that isn't the only thing this Bronco has going for it, either.
The Bronco has just come off a full frame off restoration and looks like a brand new inside and out. Rolling on a massive set of Mickey Thompson wheels and tires, it also looks quite intimidating. But when you're packing a large engine under the hood, that's the way it should be.
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