These Restomod Vintage Ford Broncos Are to Die For

Old becomes new with these 1966–1977 builds.

We still can't wait to see the all-new 2020 Ford Bronco, but in the meantime Velocity Restorations remains focused on the vintage model, as this trio of restomods shows. The Pensacola, Florida-based restoration shop is now offering set-priced vintage packages for 1966-1977 builds if you're in the market for a well fettled classic 4x4.

The entry-level—though by no means cheap—version is the Mountain Edition. The price includes a donor truck—seriously, where is everyone getting all these classic Broncos?—with period-correct paint and a Ford 302 under the hood for $169,000. The engine is mated to your choice of a C-4 automatic or a rebuilt three-speed manual. It also includes a tilt steering column, power steering, four-point roll cage, a 2.5-inch suspension lift, bikini top, fender flares, Bluetooth stereo, and 33-inch BFGoodrich T/A KO2 rubber with Pacer bullet-hole wheels.

Not enough? Step up to the $209,000 Lake Edition Bronco, which packs a 5.0-liter Ford Coyote engine hooked to a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive. It also includes power disc brakes, A/C, original-style bumpers, and the Mountain Edition goodies.

The best-heeled Bronco enthusiasts will probably want the Beach Edition, which runs $239,000. This one offers everything you get in the Lake version and adds even bigger 35-inch tires with 17-inch wheels, a 3.5-inch lift with steering upgrades, anti-roll bars, and high-back reclining seats. Whichever you choose, there's plenty of old-school cool on offer—with modern upgrades to boot.

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