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Here’s one of the finer 4×4 restorations we’ve seen for a vintage Ford Bronco. This 1971 version got the full beans restoration with a long list that includes a bead-blasted and coated frame, new bright Grabber Blue paint, a V8 engine, 5-speed manual transmission, power steering, new axles, full roll cage, modern electronics, LED lights, billet aluminum hardware, and new wheels and tires. And that’s just a sample of the extent of the work. Hell, it even has full records that prove everything. The original Nevada title is provided, as well. More than just an aesthetic workover, the 1971 Bronco was spared nothing in terms of upgrades, and even the suspension has been redone to handle just about everything you want to throw at it. There’s one day left in the bidding on Bring-A-Trailer, and it stands at $55K.

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