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Icon Bronco: The Ultimate Off-Road Want

Posted in 4x4, Best of, Domestic Rides, Other Rides, Rides, Videos by MrAngry | April 28th, 2012 | 2 Responses |

Icon Bronco

The Ford Bronco’s built between 1966-1977 are some of the most desirable off-roaders out there. They’ve got a short squat wheelbase that makes them ideal for when the terrain gets rough, and when equipped with the proper under hood mill they’ll go just about anywhere. Icon 4×4 is known for taking classic rides and re-engineering them with the latest and greatest in technology and this new Bronco is no exception. It sports an Art Morrison chassis, the 5.0-liter engine out of a new Mustang GT, as well as custom Dana 60 and 44 axles. In short, this sucker is awesome. Click through for the video and check it out.

Source: Autoblog.com

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  1. Set says:

    Maybe I’m too jaded a Jeep fan, but do not want. The exterior and interior are way too gaudy. A Bronco should be a rough’n’ready off-road truck that has all the practicality of a hammer. This just looks wrong to me. I’d rather they had just restored the vehicle and put some bad-ass suspension, driveline, engine, and tires. That, to me, it the Iconic Bronco.

  2. Set says:

    And lastly, I have to complain about his statement: Americans have more connection with a Bronco than a Jeep? Seriously? That statement couldn’t be more wrong if it tried.