1972 Ford Bronco Icon

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Yes the Ford Bronco is an icon but this specific ‘72 example is more than just iconic. It is special. This 1972 Ford Bronco experienced the red carpet treatment from Icon 4×4 of Chatsworth, California in 2015. This is a prime example of a resto-mod build done right from the top to the wheels.

Pop the hood to find what you want the most. A modern Coyote 5.0L V8 engine, you know, the one from the Ford Mustang GT, bucks this Bronco to life like never before. A four-speed automatic transmission pairs with a dual-range transfer case to keep daily drivability as easy as it can be.

Of course, there are also locking differentials because after all, this is a Bronco. Off-roading is not optional. There is also a roll bar, Warn winch, and 18-inch wheels wrapped with 285/65 BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. Wilderness beware, this ‘72 Bronco is coming through.

1972 Ford Bronco Icon

Brembo brakes will keep you honest out there, you know you’ll need to use them with that Coyote under the hood. A Fox Racing sport suspension will absorb the rest of the handling duties.

Inside this custom-built Bronco you will find a Chilewich upholstery with heated front bucket seats. A rear bench seat provides additional seating for anyone who wants to saddle up. There is a Pioneer stereo system complete with a JL Audio amplifier and subwoofer for tunes.

Depending on the season, off-roading can be a bit sticky. That’s where the air conditioning in this Bronco built by Icon really comes in handy. It is also nice for cruising around town on a hot day. 

Best of all, this 1972 Ford Bronco Icon can be yours thanks to Bring a Trailer. There are only 5,000 miles on the odometer, this vehicle is still like-new in its current carnation. As soon as you hear the 5.0 Coyote engine howling through the Borla exhaust system, you won’t regret it.

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