1978 Ford Bronco Custom

Condition Used
Body SUV
Make Ford
Model Bronco
Mileage 28700 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1978
Transmission Automatic
Exterior Color Green
History Yes
VIN: U15HLBE0527

This Bronco is equipped with a 351-cu.in. V-8, a no-charge feature in the Bronco Custom for 1978, that is original to the truck. The engine has a few obvious modifications, including a Holley carburetor, a four-barrel Edelbrock aluminum intake, and Mickey Thompson valve covers, along with what appears to be recent engine paint. The truck was ordered with front and rear limited-slip differentials, as indicated by the window sticker. This Bronco is finished in what is reportedly its original Dark Jade Metallic/Wimbledon White Deluxe paint scheme, with a white removable top. The paint appears to be in excellent overall condition. The exterior trim appears to be in excellent condition. The front and rear chrome bumpers show no signs of rust or pitting. The seller reports that the door glass has a few scratches, but is in otherwise good condition, and all the exterior lighting is functional. The Bronco has a Class III hitch mounted under the bumper. The Bronco’s Dark Jade interior appears to be remarkably clean, and only the driver’s-seat upholstery shows any sign of wear, with some cracking in the vinyl and a split on one seam on the seat bottom. The passenger’s seat and rear seat appear to be in excellent shape. The door panels and armrests appear to be in very good condition, with a faint white mark and a crack in the door panel on the driver’s side and stretched elastic in the door pockets the only demerit shown in the photos. The green carpet appears to be in excellent condition, with no stains or serious signs of wear. The dash appears to be in very good condition, with no cracks visible. The gauges are all functional, including the three supplemental gauges added under the dash. The truck features its original AM/FM/8-track radio, which the seller says is working. The truck has American Racing 10-hole alloy wheels that mirror the wheel option from the 1980-era Bronco, and are mounted with BFGoodrich All-Terrain K02s, sized 31x10.5. The seller reports that the tires are “brand new.”