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If you missed your chance to pick up a late ’60s Ford Bronco Half Cab when the 1967 green one crossed the block, Mecum managed to unearth another that’s even more rare than the one sold in Indy. This stunning black, white and red example is 1 of 2,317 Bronco Half Cabs produced in 1969, and 1 of only 42 in this rare Code-A Raven Black color combination. The paint job and color scheme are all the more impressive with the white accents on the grille, bumpers and top, and the red painted wheels and pinstriped. The truck was restored in 2008, and features a rebuilt 302 cubic inch V8 paired with an original three-speed transmission. In terms of upgrades you’ll also find a modern radio with BT, USB and iPod connectivity, new sport version Mustang Pony interior, James Duff floor shift conversion and a spray-in bed liner. This rare and ridiculously clean 1969 Ford Bronco U14 Half Cab will roll across the block Friday, July 21 during Mecum Auctions Denver collector car auction.

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