) In the Bronco brochure from 1966, the 200-hp 289-cu-in V-8 was promised for mid-March of 1967. The transmission was better, too. The Broncos three-speed manual was the first fully synchronized transmission in any 4X4 vehicle available in the United States.
West Coast Classics are proud to present an absolutely exceptional example of this very desirable and collectible mostly all original and uncut and beautifully kept and recently restored as required 1971 Ford Bronco Sport 4WD wagon with the 302/205Hp 2 BBL V8 Ford ‘G’ Code engine matched to the original 3 speed manual transmission and two speed transfer case. This is one extremely rare early Bronco in so far as it is in very close to all original condition with a completely rust and accident free body with a solid and original undercarriage, and apart from only one repaint, it is in pretty much all original condition throughout with the exception, obviously, of any maintenance requirements over the years! It has a removable White hard top, bucket seats, factory 15″ steel wheels & AM radio.
The Bronco Sports Utility pickup had a full square door opening with a half-cab roof, with a bench seat inside. The cargo area on the Sports Utility was separated by a metal bulkhead, providing a small bed separate from the passenger compartment. The Bronco Wagon had the same full doors, but with a roof that enclosed both cargo and passenger areas, a standard bench seat, optional bucket seats and an optional rear bench seat.