1969 Ford Bronco U-100 Wagon
Royal Maroon (Correct) Color
Marti Report - Built on January 30th, 1969 (on schedule)
White (Parchment) Upholstery - OEM Type (Correct)
302 2V V8
3-Speed Manual Transmission
4-Wheel-Drive High & Low Range
Front Locking Hubs
3.50 Rear Axle Ratio
Working Safety Features including Horn, Turn Signals, Lights
15-Inch Factory Steel Wheels - Restored - Michelin Radials - Full Wheel Covers
Custom Dual Exhaust w Headers - Dual Chromed Turn-Down Tips
Chromed Front & Rear Bumpers & Chromed Mirrors
Garrett Classics is proud to showcase this nicely restored 1st generation Ford Bronco. Finished in its original shade of Royal Maroon, this is a rig that you can show and drive. The mechanicals are strong and the paint and body show well. The interior is also very clean. The Royal Maroon paint has some flaws but is overall very nice. There is some orange peel if you look closely. The bumpers have been rechromed front & back. Many of the parts used in the restoration were purchased from Tom's Bronco Parts. The wheels of choice are the factory 15-inch steel wheels fitted with Michelin tires all around.
The interior was kept traditional and correct down to the AM radio. The dash has been restored along with the upholstery, rubber seals, and the rest of this Bronco. The floors were restored to match the exterior, finished in Royal Maroon. Interestingly, the original AM radio was an option on the Marti Report. We have the Marti Report (like a build sheet) for this classic '69 Bronco. Open the doors to 1969. The interior is very clean and correct front to back. The dash is in excellent condition as are the visors.
The door undersides are solid. The parchment interior is correct and in great shape front to back. In addition to the twin bucket seats, the rear bench seat shows well. The 56,832 are believed to be original to this Bronco, but we don't have any mileage logs or documentation to confirm it. The white top is in excellent condition. The door panels show well left and right. The 4-wheel-drive system works as it should. Under the hood is the strong running 302 V8. Correct to this Bronco, it has been dressed with finned aluminum "Bronco" script valve covers. Accessories include power steering. The engine has been previously rebuilt and it is paired with the stock 3-speed manual transmission. Further inspection of the engine compartment will confirm excellent sheetmetal throughout the firewall, inner fenders and core support. The correct breather assembly is also in place.
The grille assembly is nicely restored, finished in a parchment color to match the interior. The bumpers front & rear have been chromed. The underbody appears to be solid and clean front to back. The suspension has been previously rebuilt during the extensive restoration effort.