the company classic ford bronco’s from ohio elevates the iconic off-road vehicle with new standards of elegance. first introduced in 1966, the original ford ‘bronco’ was an off-road vehicle intended to compete with JEEP ‘CJ’ models and the international harvester scout. what ford eventually went on to learn was that this 2-door would go on to depict what many believe is the traditional form of a multi-purpose vehicle.
this particular classic ford broncos ‘restomod coyote bronco’ is named the ‘san francisco’ and features a ‘brittany’ (powder) blue exterior finish, a five-speed manual transmission paired with a brand new coyote 5.0 engine, all in a 1974 donor ford ‘bronco’ shell. the ohio-based company’s restoration of the vehicles long wheelbase and iconic headlight bezels keep the classic looks intact.
the ‘san francisco’ off-road vehicle’s interior is cavernous and clean, blending ‘throwback’ style with modern refinements. its front and rear seats are trimmed in brown leather, while ‘brittany’ blue complements the exterior around the dashboard. the interior cabin is elevated with new bilstein suspension fitted, while the custom restored classic sits on a set of hard-wearing BF goodrich ‘mud terrain’ tires.