Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Chesapeake, VA
Bronco Info: 1979 Ford Bronco. 400ci, C6, 205.
I don't know how good, or bad I did in buying my Bronco a couple weeks ago...but I personally thought it was a pretty fair price, so I paid 1000 for it. Honestly, I don't think I have looked at the odometer yet...which is kidna dumb I guess, but the motor ran fine, and has good compression...which is worth more to me than anything the odometer says anyway. Mines a 400, c6, with 4" skyjacker (I think) and a set of 33x12.50/15 on 12" wide Mickey's. It does have some rust around the rear wheel wells, under the battery is pretty bad, one spot on the drivers floor board, and at the bottom of the door corners. It doesn't have carpet...or door panels...but I'd probably take out the carpet anyway, as I'm going to Rhino line it. Otherwise, all else works really well, and for what I'm using it for, it's perfect. I hope that might help to put it in perspective...but like they said, localality is giong to play a big part. I will say this, a few people have already offered me 1500, knowing what I paid for it. Good luck, and these are good trucks, and a sound plattform for offroading.
It's only wreckless if you're not in control.
1979 Bronco - 400ci, Comp Cam, MSD 6AL, 670 Holley Truck Avenger, Edelbrock Performer 400, Hedman Long tubes. Superflex springs front and rear, 38.5 TSL SX's, Bushwacker Fender Flares.