1969 Ford Bronco Roadster

69 720 EUR

1969 Ford Bronco Roadster

69 720 EUR
  • Model
    Ford Bronco Roadster
  • Year
  • Condition
  • Body Type
  • Fuel Type
  • Power
    221 kw (300 hp)
  • Mileage
    8,047 km
  • Address
    20251 Prairie St, Chatsworth, CA 91311, USA
  • Country
  • Published
    about 3 years ago
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Steering Wheel
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1st Reg. Country
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Rocky Roads LLC
Rocky Roads LLC20251 Prairie Street Chatsworth CA 91311rockyroads.com


This rust-free blue plate California ’69 Ford Bronco Roadster is one of a kind. It has a lot of money and time invested in the restoration. It has been built to the highest of standards. This is the perfect Classic Ford Bronco for driving in warmer climates or on nice days. The Bronco shows 35,375 miles but there is less than 5000 miles on the vehicle since the restoration was completed. The paint work was done professionally (inside, outside, engine bay, and wheel wells) and is a ’69 Corvette Yellow (#56) with lots of clear coat and a clean high gloss finish. The body is steel and 100% rust free. The floor pans have no signs of rust from underneath, and the owner said there was no rust inside of the floor pans or anywhere else when he started the restoration. It has a chrome grille and a stainless steel windshield frame, a chrome license plate frame, tailgate latch and handle, plus new FORD raised tailgate lettering. The hood is a fiberglass cowl hood that was match-painted inside and out. This is a Bronco that was built to be driven in nice weather. It has no heater or wipers because the former owner did not need them, he only took it out on the best of days. It drives as well as it shows.

The engine is a rebuilt matching numbers 302 painted yellow to match the truck, that runs very strong and has lots of power. It has an Edlebrock Torquer intake, ribbed aluminum valve covers, an electric choke 600 CFM carburetor, braided fuel lines and a polished aluminum air cleaner with a K and N air filter. It has a a new HEI distributor, a chrome alternator, a newer water pump and timing cover, chrome pulleys, new drive belts, a newer starter, an Excel super coil, Mallory red plug wires, aluminum wire separators, a HD aluminum radiator, a new fan shroud and 7 blade cooling fan. The original wire harness has been reworked and is still in good shape. It has new drive shafts, ceramic headers, and a double baffle Flowmaster dual exhaust system, which has been correctly routed out behind the rear tires so you don’t get fumes in the cab while driving it. The 3 speed manual transmission and Dana 20 transfer case have been gone through and painted Cement gray, as have most of the top side and under side parts. It has all new cross member mounts, engine mounts, and transfer case bushings. It has a Holley electric fuel pump, a newer fuel pressure regulator, plus all the old fuel lines were replaced with metal and braided fuel lines, plus it has a newer oversized 23 gallon fuel tank with new filler hose and vent lines.

Nearly everything was replaced in this restoration. It has a lot of diamond plating inside, not to cover up rust but because the former owner loved diamond plate. The black vinyl/cloth Beard seats are on tracks and are comfortable on longer rides, it has 3" racing style lap belts in front with shoulder harnesses. It has racing style lap belts in the back, and a silver roll cage with yellow padding and wrapping with zippers. It has a Cement gray stock dash board with a Kenwood disc playing digital stereo system in-dash with 2 6x9 speakers flush mounted in the rear side panels, with a radio antenna. It has decorative 'chrome skulls' going across the dash (where the dash pad normally goes). It has a large Autometer 10,000 RPM tachometer on the restored and re-painted factory steering column, plus a newer after market aluminum steering wheel with Ford horn button. It has chrome 2 5/8" Autometer gauges in the dash (water temp, oil pressure, and amps) plus a restored stock speedometer that works like it should, with a chrome ash tray and glove box door. It has painted gray foot petals with new rubber fuel, brake, clutch and e-brake petal pads, and the emergency brake works like it should. The former owner custom built 2 old WW2 hand grenades as shifter knobs for the transmission and the transfer case that are pretty unique.

It has a 5.5″ suspension system with 12" extended radius arms with 4.5 degrees of camber built into them. It has Cage front dual shock hoops in front with progressive rate coil springs, new grade 8 mounting hardwire where needed, plus a Ford 9″ rear axle with Posi-traction in back with drum brakes and a heavy-duty axle truss. It has 11 leaf rear springs, replaced shackle bushings, and dual rear shocks in back and new extended e-brake lines. It has a fully gone through Dana 30 front axle with a Bronco inspection cover, with upgraded power disc brakes, a Wilwood master cylinder with new braided steel brake lines going to the brake booster, plus all new steel braided brake lines and a heavy-duty axle truss underneath. It has aluminum 15"x 10" wheels with polished bead-locks and 35x12.50x15 BFG tires, plus wide black front and rear fender flares. It also has custom built tubular silver front and rear pre-runner style bumpers, the rear bumper has a receiver hitch, and the front bumper has a pair of KC lights that are activated by a small toggle switch under the dash. Please visit our web site.

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