Highly Authentic Early-Build Bronco Half Cab SUV 170 6-cylinder 3-speed Ford 9"" /// There's never been a better time to invest in a vintage Bronco. And this classic, an early example of the truck that started it all, is the kind of collectible that builders hoard and enthusiasts covet! An early-build Bronco that was recruited as a dealership workhorse straight off the showroom floor, this Ford spent a lot of time sitting. As you probably know, parking any car can be both beneficial and detrimental because, in addition to reducing wear and tear, it can also lead to deterioration. For most of its life, the well-maintained pickup was used for utilitarian shop tasks like parts runs and plowing parking lots. However, times and leadership change, and the ute was eventually parked 'out back' where it sat for decades. Out of sight but certainly not out of minds, many folks courted the dealership about a purchase and, eventually, the right buyer pulled down a wall of sentimentality. That buyer was an avid Bronco enthusiast who knew the truck's early-build status and was determined to restore it back to its former glory. The completely rebuilt and carefully detailed Thriftpower Six you see in this pickup's super clean engine bay is factory-correct. Power meets the pavement through a correct 3-speed. That drivetrain spins a correct 9-inch rear axle behind an early-build, 1966-exclusive Dana 30 front axle, which is shackled to a correctly restored 1966 suspension. And everything rolls on heavy-duty, 1966-exclusive Kelsey Hayes steelies. Between the doors, a correct bench seat wears 1966-exclusive 'match stick' vinyl. A simple dash stretches a correct 'pencil pad' over correct telemetry, 1966-exclusive knobs and 1966-exclusive Poly Gray paint. And a retro steering wheel laps a rare, 1966-exclusive Ford Motor Company horn button. Looking for an ultimate homage to the 'Golden Age' of the automobile industry? Find it now at https://www.RKMotors.com!