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If you can’t wait for one of the multiple possible iterations of the Ford Bronco to roll off the assembly line in 2020, Gateway Bronco is reviving classic Broncos that are equally as cool as whatever Ford is going to produce officially. Founded by American inventor and serial entrepreneur Seth Burgett, Gateway Bronco is making new Broncos with old school restorations the same way that Henry Ford envisioned. The Restomod 347 Fuelie, in particular, is one of our absolute favorites. It starts as a 1966–1977 Bronco that’s built to order with a new paint job, leather interior and a power plant that’s more ridiculous than anything anyone ever imagined putting in an old school truck. We’re talking something to the tune of Ford’s fuel-injected 347-cubic inch stroked Coyote 5.0 crate motor mated to either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. Four-wheel disc brakes, air conditioning and a five year bumper-to-bumper warranty round out the details and make sure your vehicle is comfortable and protected for years to come.

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