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1967 Ford Bronco

SOLD  |  Garage Kept Motors  |  Grand Rapids, MI











302 ci. Roller V8


Rebuild C4 Automatic


4-Wheel Drive

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Grand Rapids, MI

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Garage Kept Motors

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What is the 1st Generation Ford Bronco?

The Ford Bronco was introduced for the 1966 model year as a competitor in the emerging sport utility vehicle segment, competing with model like the International Harvester Scout, the Toyota Land Cruiser and the Jeep CJ-5. With its proprietary chassis, monobeam suspension, tight wheelbase, and spirited powerplants, the Bronco earned its stripes as a reliable, surefooted daily driver and weekend off-road companion.

The original, 1st Generation Ford Bronco was offered in five body styles including the wagon, pickup, roadster, sport wagon, and sport pickup. All examples were sold with standard 4-wheel drive, shift-on-the-fly Dana 20 transfer case, locking hubs Ford 9 in. rear axle, and Dana 30 front axle (later replaced in 1971 with a Dana 44). Engine options included your choice of either a 170 ci. I6, 200 ci. I6, 289 V8, or 302 ci. V8 depending on the year.

By the mid-1970s, the 1st Generation Ford Bronco was due for a refresh to better compete with the expanding SUV segment that included the Chevrolet K5 Blazer, GMC Jimmy, Jeep Cherokee, and Dodge Ramcharger. Development of the 2nd Generation Bronco was codified internally at Ford as "Project Shorthorn" and intended for a 1974 launch, but was delayed due to the 1973 fuel crisis. As a result, the 1st Generation Bronco's run extended through the 1977 model year until the 2nd Generation made its debut for 1978.


The O.G. Bronco Is Still The King

With the highly-anticipated return of the Bronco in 2021, Ford resurrected an iconic nameplate while backing it up with some serious off-road chops.

Demand for the all-new Bronco reached the mountaintops, but the classic 1st Generation Bronco has launched into the stratosphere. Data from CLASSIC.COM registered a little over 100 1st Generation Bronco sales with an average transaction price of about $49k in 2019. In 2023, that number more than tripled to 341 with an average transaction price of about $83k.


Features & Specifications

The allure of a classic Ford Bronco is undeniable. We absolutely love a good, classic 4x4, and this well-restored example fits the bill.

With less than 1,000 miles on the ticker since a comprehensive frame-off restoration was completed, this 1967 Ford Bronco presents itself as gorgeous cruiser. All rust has been remediated, including a sandblasting and refinishing of the frame, while preserving the factory VIN plate. The body was epoxy primed and then given several new finishing of base coat and clear coat. The original engine has been subject of a top-end rebuild, including new plugs, wires, distributor, alternator, carburetor, seals, and gaskets. A recent compression test verifies that this is a well-tuned machine with 150-160 psi.

Additionally, the inside offers the original seating, which we've found to be quite a rare offering.


  • Less than 1,000 mi. Since Rebuilt
  • 302 ci. V8
  • Rebuilt C4 Automatic
  • New Front & Rear Drivelines
  • Dana 44 Front Axle
  • Ford 9 in. Rear Axle, 4.11 Gears
  • TrueTrac Locking Differential
  • New Dual Exhaust

Features & Options:

  • New Paint & Sheet Metal
  • New Chrome
  • 33 in. BF Goodrich Tires
  • New Seats w/ New Foam & Covers
  • 6 pt. Cage
  • Electric Wiper Conversion
  • Power Steering
  • Power Disc Brakes
  • Urethane Bed Liner
  • New Soft Top
  • Tilt Steering Column
  • Wood Rim Steering Wheel