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Barret-Jackson is well known for pulling out all the stops when it comes to the ridiculous collection of automobiles at their auctions, and the Northeast Auction at the Mohegan Sun from June 21–24 is no different. Though owning a cherry ’71 Hemi Challenger R/T or a ’70 Pontiac GTO Convertible is pretty high on our list of favorites at the sale, the chance to own a beautifully restored 1966 Ford Bronco 4X4 would fulfill all our Bronco fantasies. The vehicle was painstakingly restored with no amount of money or time spared to create a ride that’s as equally suited for one of our favorite drives as it is for display purposes. It’s powered by a new 5.0-liter V8 power plant outfitted with an aluminum intake, Edelbrock 650cfm carburetor, headers, an MSD ignition and a 4-speed manual NP435 transmission with Warn locking hubs. Inside the bright red and white contrasting exterior you’ll find a black interior with bucket seats, custom gauges and a full-body spider interior cage. Best of all, this Bronco is being sold with no reserve at the sale.

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