The 302-cu.in. V-8 in this Bronco is the original engine, it’s correct for the year, and have about 2,000 miles on it since a rebuild, which included a mild cam. Obvious modifications include headers, a newer Holley carburetor, aluminum valve covers, and an aluminum radiator. The engine fires “instantly with two pumps of the accelerator.” The engine is paired with a five-speed manual transmission, an upgrade from the four-speed that a 1970 Bronco would’ve had from the factory, that routes power to a Dana 20 transfer case. The body is in excellent condition, with no signs of rust or damage. The front and rear bumpers are identical chrome pieces, and appear to be in excellent shape. The interior of the bed appears to have been coated with a spray-in bedliner, and the bed shows no damage. The seats have been replaced with higher back, heavily bolstered black vinyl buckets. The driver’s seat appears to be in excellent condition, while the passenger’s seat stitching appears to have come loose on a small spot on the seat bottom. The door panels appear to be excellent, with no visible damage to the armrests.