For consignment, a generation 1 version right out of 1967 with a recent frame off restoration, a suspension and body lift, a powerful V8, plush leather interior and even a body matching hardtop, all done by the talented hands of the Bronco Barn in Lancaster, PA. This vehicle lives up to its name as it is unbroken on the acceleration front, and a full press of the accelerator and it is off like its namesake, we give you the 1967 Bucking Bronco. All looking sweet in its rock climbing ready red hue, nifty wheels, lift kit and overall excellent condition. Saddle up with this fully documented build that was featured along with the owner of the Bronco Barn, Amos Zuck, in the February 2019 printing of Road & Track magazine. Exterior Conquer the Badlands! on the exterior paint, which is a beautiful red, this offroad dweller is looking just fab with well minded gaps throughout. In nice contrast the black highlighted body, sparsely adorned with chrome, with its simple round LED headlights on either side and a thin but effective shiny black bumper below. All panels are straight and rust free, including the fiberglass hood with its custom integrated functional hood scoop with outboard auxiliary scoops. Our example comes complete with a removable black canvas top for all your open air adventures and presents in clean condition with no tears. A body matching hardtop is also included and will keep you safe and dry during those pop up storms. With a windscreen that can tilt forward for unlimited views, and a Krawlers roll bar just in case the earth gives way beneath you and puts you wheels up, you will be protected. Lightly tinted glass adorns the windshield and roll up door glass and folding down the tailgate reveals a small storage area upon opening it along with a rear seat, just enough room for the body colored vintage cooler that comes with to hold your refreshments. Another nicely trimmed thin bumper below and black dual exhaust pipes which are peeking out the bottom at an angle its ready for the race. 15 inch gloss black wheels wrapped in knobby 33x12.50R15LT rubber on all 4 corners will get you through anything South Dakota has to offer. Noted are the trick powered fold down running boards appear with a swing of the doors and give some bling with Ford logo puddle lamps. Interior Keep it simple would sum it up for this wild ride as we saddle up and climb aboard. We perch on black lambskin leather buckets with diamond pleating and glorious red stitching passing black vinyl and red steel door panels on our way inside. Up front is an original dash with just the facts maam, on the instrument front, a single circular gauge cluster for this fine equine along with the addition of a custom Vintage Air heat and AC system. Installed within the dash are like new chrome knobs and pulls; the red dash front is topped by a near perfect black padded vinyl topper. A highly polished tilt steering column protrudes toward the driver and is topped with a leather rimmed polished 3 spoke steering wheel. Your 4-wheel shifter is on the floor and between the buckets is a custom console with a leather padded armrest. Near perfect black rubber tough flooring floods the floors in the front and underneath is a body color matched steel. A black leather bench in the rear provides room for 2 more and matches the front buckets. Theres room in the way back for your tools, grill and cooler. The surrounding paint and interior surfaces are all in excellent condition. Drivetrain They say never look a gift horse in the mouth, however we here at Classic Auto Mall with our inquiring minds pay no attention to this theory so we pop the hood and are met with pure bling and horsepower! 302 cubes rest in the well restored bay and polished Ford Racing valve covers offset all the red, meanwhile a black ribbed air cleaner assembly hides the 4bbl Edelbrock carburetor underneath. This blingy mill is aligned with the 3-speed C4 automatic transmission that sends power to a 9 Ford rear axle and if you happen to get mired down in the sand, a Dana 44 axle is on the front to get you back on your way. Both axles are fitted with 4.11 gears and a big shout out for the polished engine pulleys and aluminum radiator. Undercarriage Up on our lift we can inspect the belly of this beast and we note solid full frame construction, no rust, and all looking just as nice as the topside. Trailing arm and coil springs for the front suspension, and leaf springs for the rear combined with a suspension 2 lift kit help you traverse any rocks you may come across. A 1 body lift accentuated the overall look of this rig and power disc brakes are all around. Power steering is on and coated headers flow down from the engine and feed spent fossils to the rear of the truck via Flowmaster mufflers to produce a robust engine sound as you take her roaring past the bighorn sheep and bison. My well trained eye did notice a leaky left rear axle seal that should be attended to before any serious off roading is done. Drive-Ability This wild horse called me and I had to take it for a ride. It did not disappoint and was the most fun Ive had driving the many cars in our inventory here in a while. An awesome kick is had with a press of the accelerator, plenty of straight bias free whoa on the solid braking, and solid handling was exhibited. Unfortunately, our test track hasnt been upgraded with a South Dakota virtual reality programs just yet, so Ill save the hills and wildlife for you. Plenty of thoroughbred power, the sure footedness of a mountain goat, and looks to attract attention like a Clydesdale, this fine example of the Ford Bronco from 1967 is just a load of fun to drive and looks great while doing it.