The adventurous spirit roars within this 1979 Ford Bronco 4X4. It's a rugged beauty that defies the wilderness, daring the brave to tread the untamed path. Adorned in yellow and white, its exterior resembles a map to hidden treasures, teasing the wanderlust within. Standing tall on 17"" off-road wheels wrapped in Pathfinder all-terrain tires, it boldly declares its readiness for any terrain. The rear bumper with a modern tow receiver and expansive tow mirrors make it a formidable companion for those who carry their world with them.
Step inside, and the Bronco becomes a haven amidst the wilderness. Black Corbeau bucket seats grace the front, while the aftermarket wood steering wheel and JVC head unit hint at modernity's presence. The absence of rear seats creates a vast space for gear, protected by diamond-plated armor throughout.
Beneath the surface, the Ford 400 V8 engine, mated to a C6 transmission and a 4x4 drivetrain, powers this Bronco. The four-barrel Edelbrock carburetor fuels its might, with a Dana 44 upfront and a Ford 9"" at the rear holding the line. This Bronco doesn't just traverse landscapes; it conquers them. Its lifted suspension matches its ambitious spirit, and the MagnaFlow muffler adds a growl to its performance.