Epic 1971 Ford Bronco Has Coyote 5.0 V8 from a Mustang

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Written by Shane McGlaun | March 16, 2017
Epic 1971 Ford Bronco Has Coyote 5.0 V8 from a Mustang

Like many of you, I am a big fan of the old school, really small Ford Broncos from the early ’70s. They look like they might flip over in a strong wind, but man do they look good. A company called Classic Ford Broncos has built an awesome restomod 1971 Bronco, and the want is strong.

In the case of this Bronco, the truck has been upgraded with a Ford Racing Coyote 5.0L V8 engine from the current year model Mustang, along with a 3″ stainless exhaust attached to a Borla muffler. It has lots of other upgraded parts too. Stopping is handled by Wilwood disc brakes with a special booster to keep them working when off-roading. It rides on big 33″ BFG all-terrain tires wrapped around 15″ Eagle alloys. The body has been lifted with a 2″ aluminum billet, and has new Bilstein 5100 shocks, and a Hellwig sway bar in front.

There’s a custom CFB interior, with Bullet floor coating, and a wood steering wheel with a Ford horn button. There’s a modern audio system too – with five Kicker speakers, an 8″ sub, and a head unit with Bluetooth, iPod, and SiriusXM.

I’m not sure how much this Bronco is selling for, but past builds from Classic Ford Broncos have gone for anywhere from $55,000 up to $150,000.

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