If you ever wanted a rolling showcase for late ’70s dealer-added mods, this classic Bronco is it.
Era of Customization
We automotive enthusiasts have been modifying our vehicles since virtually day one. But trucks and SUVs really started to gain steam in this department in the ’70s and ’80s, as more and more folks sought to individualize their rough and rugged rides. This ’77 Bronco we spotted over at Barrett-Jackson is a fantastic example of what was going on in this era, as it sports a host of dealer modifications that remain intact to this day.
Racking up Accolades
The new owner also added a couple of modern components to his ride. That includes a Deaver 2-inch suspension lift, gas shocks, disc brakes, ceramic-coated headers, and Flowmaster mufflers. They also removed all of the original smog equipment in the process. Since then, the Bronco has been racking up accolades, including a 2018 Grand Nationals Roadster Show Best in Class award, and it’s been featured in print a couple of times.