Ford 66-77 Bronco

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Steve Olliges 1971 Ford Bronco

Steve Olliges has a long history in desert racing dating back to the early 80’s when he got his start racing

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1966 Banquet Bronco

This Vintage Baja 1000 Bronco was recently posted on race-dezert.com for sale.  It ran in 9 Baja 1000’s

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1966-1977 Ford Bronco’s For Sale

While managing the RDC classifieds the last couple of weeks allot of Bronco’s have popped up for sale.

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1971 Ford Bronco For Sale

Check out the photos and specs on this beautiful 1971 Ford Bronco in Phoenix, AZ that I recently came across.

1972 Sand Drag Bronco For Sale

UPDATE – This vehicle is no longer listed for sale. This 1972 Ford Bronco is up for sale for $15,500.  It runs 3.80 sec / 100yds on VP116.  Looking to go fast?  Now’s your chance!  

1967 Ford Bronco Up For Trade

This 1967 Ford Bronco was just posted on race-dezert.com in the classifieds.  They say it has a new motor, trans, Dana 44 in front and 9″ in the rear.  They are only looking to trade for another old vehicle so if you have a project that you have been wanting to trade for something else […]

1973 Ford Bronco For Sale

This 1973 Ford Bronco was just posted in the race-dezert.com classifieds yesterday.  It’s located in El Centro CA and he is asking $8500.  See more details here.

1975 Ford Bronco For Sale

I just came across this great looking 1975 Ford Bronco up for auction on the McCormack Auction site.  Click her for more pictures and info.

Vintage Truck Show

We recently came across this great photo gallery of a vintage truck show from 2011 in Yellow Springs, Ohio.  Here are just a few pictures. Click here to check out the full gallery by Robert Pence with tons of great pictures.  

Contest: Win A Paper Toyota Land Cruiser Or Ford Bronco Toy!

We have teamed up with Paper Cruiser to bring your our latest contest! The winner of the contest, which ends on April 30th, will receive a free download of any paper toy on the Paper Cruisers site! In order to be eligible, you must be a fan of both the Off Road Action and Paper Cruiser and must like and comment on THIS POST ON Facebook, mentioning that “My favorite vintage 4×4 is . Entries close on April 30th and the winner will be drawn at random.

Vintage European Sand Drag Photos

Check out these vintage sand drag photos in this thread. I think they are from Iceland, but am not sure…can anyone help us?

Bronco Fender Cover Now Available From Bronco Graveyard

Bronco Graveyard has the best fender cover in the industry! Made from heavy vinyl and reinforced softfoam anti-skid backing, so it won’t slide off even the slickest waxed surfaces. Offers a soft cushioned protection from tools and belt buckles. Plus, it’s grease and oil resistant for long life. Features the Bronco script logo and a black background.

New 1966-1977 Early Ford Bronco Fuel Tank Available From Bronco Graveyard

Bronco Graveyard has introduced a new steel reproduction rear gas tank for the 1971-76 Ford Bronco. This will also fit the 1966-1970 Ford Broncos with a longer vent hose. It is made just like the factory gas tank. OEM style sending unit lock ring design. The tank is 13 Gallon and measures 21″ x 20″ x 10″.

How Stuff Works: The 1966-1977 Ford Bronco

I never thought that I would find a very detailed history of the 1966-1977 Ford Bronco on How Stuff Works. The article provides an in depth look at all the different statistics of the Ford Bronco over the years, as well as interesting quotes from magazines. “Best of all about the Bronco is that West of the Pecos rodeo aura that makes a driver shout, ‘Eeeeeaaaaayyhhooo!’ as he plows four-wheel full tilt through a mountain stream or breaks airborne over a mountain top.”

Icon To Build Early Bronco?

Icon, which already mastered the reincarnation of the Toyota FJ (better than Toyota, we will add) and Willy CJ, has its sights on a new project for 2011: the first-generation Bronco. Owner Jonathan Ward has worked with Camilo Pardo, designer of the Ford GT, on the design and even Nike has shown its support by […]

From The Archives #99

The note said “This is a picture of my Dad, Don Barlow racing in the Carrera 1000. How I understand it they only put on this race one time. I think it was around 1971 or 1972. The race started in Palm Springs and ran down to Mexico to the Bay of Los Angeles and then back up and ended in Mexicali. Bikes, Trucks and Buggies all ran together. He won overall despite the flat tire.”

70’s Sand Drag Ford Bronco Restoration Finished!

In October, we featured a vintage sand drag racing Ford Bronco that was originally built in the 70’s and was being restored to its former glory. The owners have been working extremely hard and finished it in time to bring it to a local Southern California Ford car show. They have done an amazing job and the attention to detail is incredible. Read all about the restoration on this Classic Broncos.com thread.

From The Archives #86

If you have been reading this blog for a while, you know that 1966-1977 Ford Broncos are my favourite. It kills me to see this early Bronco just rusting away.

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