An all-new Ford Bronco is just around the corner, but if you can’t wait to buy one, perhaps this 1995 Ford Bronco XLT heading to auction might just do the trick.
The Bronco will be sold without a reserve by Mecum Auctions at a sales event running from June 3-7. Making it particularly desirable is the fact that it has only ever been driven 457 miles (735 km) and still has the original window sticker from when it was delivered to Blake Ford in Franklin, Virginia.
Being a late model Bronco, power is provided by a 5.8-liter ‘Windsor’ V8 coupled to an automatic transmission and a 3.55:1 limited-slip rear axle. Also found beneath the skin is independent front suspension, ABS brakes and manual locking hubs. There are also skid plates to add protection to the transfer case and fuel tank. Thanks to the presence of the 5.8-liter V8 and the optional towing package, this Bronco was factory approved for 7,000 lbs (3,175 kg) of towing.
The vehicle is painted in a pristine shade of black that looks as good as new in these photos – it’s very likely the SUV was professionally detailed, possibly even undergoing a paint correction process. Complementing the paint is a Raven Black fiberglass roof, chrome mirrors, a chrome front grille, chrome wheels, chrome side skirts, and a chrome rear bumper.
Inside you will find dual front captain’s chairs with power-adjustable lumbar support and fold-down armrests. The second row consists of three seats that can be folded down for more cargo room, while air conditioning is featured, as is an AM/FM radio and CD stereo.
All that said, how much would you be willing to spend on this pristine example of Ford’s classic Bronco?