See Our Progress On This 1973 Bronco Restoration In Florida In The Pictures Below!
In the next few months at our shop, we’ll be finishing up a 1973 Bronco restoration in Florida.
This was a complete restoration where we brought everything down to the bare metal and will be building it from the ground up.
If you have a classic Bronco – or any old car – in need of some serious TLC we’d love to work with you.
The 347 Engine for this Bronco is getting built now, here’s a sneak peak:
Here are some of the parts we got in. Like opening presents on Christmas!
As of now, this Bronco is ready for paint!
The customer decided to keep it classic with chrome accessories, white trim and lines, and painting it Nantucket Blue (a color used for the old camaro muscle cars).
We had a few renderings done, by our good friend Matt at Bernal Auto Style, of the Bronco so that our client, Ron, could visualize what he was going to be getting.
First we will paint the firewall and dash with this color before dropping in the 347 engine and redoing all the wiring.
We’re going to be having the 347 engine custom built for this rig ….
Now that the Bronco bodywork is finished – all sealed up, filled in, and new floor pans – she’s ready for the spray-on bed liner!
New floor pans have been welded in by our expert fabricator – John Russo himself!
Here is the 1973 Bronco when we picked it up. We might be Jeepers, but we have to admit these Broncos are really awesome rigs!
Have a classic or muscle car in need of some TLC?