The classical Ford bronco is a SUV model manufactured by the Ford company and it dominated the market from 1966 to 1996. The company seeks to reintroduce as the announcement was made in 2017. The cars layout had the front engine, the rear wheel drive with a four-wheel ability. At first the vehicle had a short chassis but that ceased to exist when there was a major redesign in 1978 that enlarged its chassis to make it competitive with the emerging cars on the market at the time. Ford used its Michigan truck plant to produce the bronco model. 

The original make of the vehicle was meant for off roads, and the marketing promotion team at the time showed the first model as a sports utility and a two door pick up car. The design of the model was an idea of the company's product manager at the time Donald N. Frey and his partner Lee Iacocca pushed it through production. The first version had a frame suspension and a unique body that was not shared by any vehicles of the time. On finishing the versions had 2 doors for the pickups and road star versions while the station wagon had three doors. The wheelbase dimension was 92 inches, with a length of 151.5 inches and a width in 68.5 inches and a height of 71.6 inches.

The price for one of these was two thousand one hundred and ninety-four dollars making it an economist option at the time. The version came with front bucket seats, a rear bench seat, a radio, a tow bar, an auxiliary gas tank, a winch, a post hole digger, a power takes off and a snow plaw. Upon the redesign later, it came with an automatic transmission and power steering and the broader chassis that offered more luxury, space and comfort. They had an almost v-8 engine with engines of between 289 cubic units and 200 horse power and 350 cubic units of 255 horse power. Read more at

In 1977 the company improved and for the first time introduced the SUV with a 4.9-liter engine and a manual transmission. They had a hardy roof top and a B pillar to seal and support the roof top. For the first time too the doors had sliding windows. The hood of the car also had the FORD emblem hence removing the former horse that represented the bronco models.

1987 model saw it that the bronco model was reshaped. This version had redesigned front seats and the controls that included a dash board and a new steering wheel and rounded wheel openings in the fenders. Because the company wanted to make the version safer, the rear wheel anti-lock braking systems were made standard. The later versions reintroduced the model with a standard driver's side airbag and reinforced internal door beams. The last version created the top lift facility that was removable and a sweep off front with an new dash board and leather seats. Visit for more info.
Unveiling the Classical Ford Bronco Model