• 457 miles
  • 4-wheel drive
  • 5.8L V-8 engine
  • Automatic transmission
  • Power steering
  • Power brakes
  • Power locks
  • Power windows
  • Air conditioning
  • AM/FM/CD stereo
  • Trailer towing package
  • 3.55:1 limited slip rear end
  • Forged aluminum wheels
  • General Grabber tires
  • Window sticker
  • Black exterior
  • Gray interior

Sport and utility were built into every Ford Bronco from the outset, and this 1995 Ford Bronco XLT adds luxury to the list. The full-size 4-wheeler shows just 457 miles on the odometer and comes with its original window sticker as delivered to Blake Ford in Franklin, Virginia. The fifth-generation Bronco made its debut in 1992 with aerodynamic wraparound headlamps and a curved front bumper that smoothed out signature boxy style. Black paint and a Raven Black fiberglass roof join bright tailgate and sill plates and electric side mirrors for XLT elegance.

The optional high-output 5.8L V-8 with electronic multipoint fuel injection and a 4-speed automatic transmission channel muscle car-level performance to the 3.55:1 limited-slip rear axle. Twin-Traction independent front suspension, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes and manual locking hubs deliver proven all-terrain control, and steel skid plates add protection to the transfer case and fuel tank. The big V-8 and optional towing package combination was factory approved for a 7,000-pound maximum trailer weight. Forged aluminum deep-dish wheels with General Grabber tires power over any surface. Privacy glass keeps unwanted glare and prying eyes out of the opal gray cloth interior. Dual front captain’s chairs with power-adjustable lumbar support and fold-down armrests provide versatile comfort, and the three-passenger rear seat folds down for more cargo room. Power locks and windows, a rear window defroster and a center storage console with dual cupholders add luxury group convenience. Air conditioning and premium AM/FM compact disc stereo with Dolby noise reduction deliver high-fidelity entertainment in four-season comfort.

Increasing demand for four-door luxury SUVs spelled the end of the two-door Bronco in 1996, yet today the two-door vintage SUVs are becoming a mainstay of the collector car market. This 1995 Bronco is one of the lowest-mileage examples in the world.

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