ICON 4×4 Old School Bronco: Vintage Style, Modern Tech

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ICON 4x4 Old School Bronco
ICON 4x4 Old School Bronco

Since its inception in 2005, ICON 4×4 has been at the forefront of revitalizing classic vehicles like the Ford Bronco, Toyota Land Cruiser, and Chevrolet Thriftmaster. With a keen understanding of the constraints of older SUVs, the company has dedicated itself to upgrading their performance and comfort to cater to the demands of modern drivers.

Their latest masterpiece, the two-tone blue Old School Edition Bronco, expertly crafted by restoration specialists, epitomizes this ethos. While paying homage to the iconic 1968 model, it seamlessly integrates contemporary features such as a head-up display and navigation system, offering a perfect blend of nostalgia and innovation.

Their latest project, a 1968 Bronco, pays homage to its era with a striking two-tone blue paint scheme. Custom Azul Niagra Blue paired with Wimbledon White, protected by xPel ceramic coating, commands attention.

ICON 4x4 Old School Bronco
ICON 4×4 Old School Bronco

Chrome accents adorn the doors, headlight bezels, and grille, reminiscent of 1960s styling. Original plastic components are upgraded to machined metal, while a removable hard top and bikini top offer an open-air driving experience.

Powered by a 5.0-liter Coyote Gen III engine mated to an AOD four-speed automatic transmission, the BR Old School Edition boasts Brambo brakes, Currie axles, and forged 18-inch Old School wheels with BFG all-terrain tires.

Optional ARB locking differentials enhance off-road capability, while a new spare tire carrier system improves practicality. The meticulously restored Bronco, though lacking a disclosed price, promises a blend of vintage charm and modern performance.

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