Used Ford Bronco Engines For Sale

When you plan to buy an old Ford Bronco, as it is applied to buying any other old car, the same advice also applies to buying this car also. The advice is to have the best you can afford within your budget, and also make sure to include the running costs in maintaining that Ford engine. Don't have a bronco? We carry all types of Ford truck engines as well, such as the F250 diesel engine.

Ford Bronco was introduced the year 1965 in the month of august. Basically, this car was made so as to compete against the rival Jeep CJ 5. Basically, the very early Bronco cars were very simple. And the feature such as the power steering and the automatic transmission were not present.

Engine Specifications

Now, talking about the used engine specifications, its engine delivered a good power of 105 BHP, having 6 cylinders in the 170ci engine, which is also a variant from the Ford itself. There was a 3 speed manual transmission, which was accompanied with a shifter with a column mounted on it. Being exclusive to the basic models, there was also very much taller shifter, which was having a handle in the J style.

Ford Bronco had been available in the wagon style, and also the half cab and the roadster variations. However, the roadster variation was not so much popular and its production was ceased in the year 1968. The brakes, which were used, were the drum brakes. The rear axle was of 9 inches and the front axle was of 30. The fuel tank had a capacity of 14.5 gallons of gas. Also, there was a second tank, which was optional so as to have an extra storage of mere 11.5 gallons of fuel. The model of the year 1966 had some more options to choose from, which include tachometer, winches, and tow hooks, and also snow plow system, and the front air lift springs. The total production units in the year 1966 came out to be around 23,500.

Engine Modifications

In the year 1968, some modifications were made in the vehicle. In that year, front licking hubs were present, and also the inside doors were having a new design and the knobs in the window crank, which were along the curved ends of the bumpers and also the reflectors for the side markers. However, the year 1968 was the very last year, in which the 289ci V8 engine was produced. Basically, there were a total of 16500 models, which were produced in the year 1968. So, what are you waiting for? Call GotEngines.com today to speak to our friendly customer service department and find the used Ford Bronco engine you need. If you can, have the VIN number available so we can find the exact Ford Bronco engine you need.  Contact us today and get the Ford Bronco engine you want, at a price that will surprise you.