- Detailed 302 cu.in. Engine
4-wheel drive suspension with separate frame
Removable pickup roof
- Reserve wheel
Complete dune buggy with detailed engine
Trailer with tandem wheels and work ramps
When Ford introduced the Bronco in 1965, it was offered in 3 different versions. This Version was called a pick-up truck. It had four-wheel drive and an off-road suspension. The Bronco was built on a 92-inch chassis, which it did not share with any other Ford product. The second vehicle in this set is a full size dune buggy. In the late 60s, dune buggies were very popular and most were powered by an air-cooled 4 cylinder boxer engine.
The base Bronco did not have many amenities, but offered a long list of options. This first generation Bronco was sold from 1966 to 1977, averaging about 18,000 units per year. In addition to the pickup truck style, the Bronco could also be had as a roadster or station wagon. Nowadays, restored Broncos command extremely high prices.