This 1969 Ford Bronco has been the subject of a reported frame-off restoration, and features many upgrades from stock, including heavier-duty differentials, a truck four-speed transmission, and a recent replacement top ! the 302-cu.in. V-8 under the hood of this 1969 Bronco was removed, disassembled, and bored .030 over. The seller adds that the heads were shaved, and the engine has a new crank, pistons, and fewer than 1,500 miles since rebuild. The engine breathes through cast-iron manifolds into a dual exhaust system. the engine “fires immediately if it’s been used recently, but if it’s been left to sit, it requires two pumps to set the choke.” He also notes that the engine leaks a bit at the vacuum area on the valve cover. The engine pairs with a New Process 435 Toploader heavy-duty four-speed manual transmission, a serious upgrade from the three-speed that was equipped in the truck originally. the transmission shifts well through all the gears. The Bronco features a Dana 20 transfer case with high and low ranges and a neutral position, shifted by a Mustang-style T-handle shifter. The front differential is upgraded from a Dana 30 to a Dana 44. A Ford 9" rear end with factory posi-traction was installed and the locker was all rebuilt by Drive Line Specialists. this Bronco was the subject of a frame-off restoration, which occurred 12 years ago. He notes that there are no dents in the body, and that, while there are some small cracks and chips in the paint, overall it looks good. The rear fenders were cut and rounded, then equipped with rubber flares that match the front, and the hood is painted flat black to reduce glare. The grille has been painted body color, while the headlight rings are still chrome. The front and rear chrome bumpers appear to be in excellent condition, with no visible damage or pitting. Modifications outside include later-model swing-out mirrors, tube side steps, and a Class III receiver hitch. The Bronco has a black replacement top from BesTop, which appears to have no rips, tears, or scratches in the windows. the seats were upgraded to Tom's Bronco Parts power-washable, high-back bucket seats. He points out a less than 1-inch seam separation in the driver’s seat. Door panels on these SUVs are simple flat panels, which appear to be in good condition. The armrests show no significant damage, in the photos. The floor is covered with a loop pile black carpet, which appears to be in good condition. The passengers are protected by a full padded roll cage. The metal portions of the interior were painted to match the exterior and the dash appears to be in good condition, with some light abrasion from the swinging key in the ignition switch. The vinyl dash pad appears to be in excellent shape, with no visible cracks or damage. The factory radio has been replaced with a later-model DIN AM/FM/CD player.