The color has a similar tone to the factory Poppy Red to give it the right feeling for a 1960s machine. So the more modern respray looks good on the classic body lines. Not only does the good gloss show off the well-done sheet metal, but also there were nice details, like the color-matched liner paint in the truck bed.
After all, the classic thin steering wheel has that unmistakable grippy feel. And a first-gen Bronco can still remove the hardtop and be open to the world. The engine bay continues the investment into a very stock style.
This 1967 Ford Bronco has been given the right investments to have a cool/classic look, quality feel, and even the correct rare pickup appearance.