The Bronco customization scene is about to explode.
Like many of the best trucks and off-roaders, the new Ford Bronco is available with a long list of optional extras and accessories. Now that deliveries are officially underway after numerous delays, we'll start seeing what some of these unique optioned-up Broncos look like in the metal. But for some enthusiasts, even Ford's comprehensive customization program won't be enough. Thankfully, that leaves room for custom shops like Maxlider Brothers Customs to create the Bronco of your dreams. On the Bronco 6G forum, the company has just shared some pictures of its Bronco Clydesdale II build and it looks amazing.
Based on a new four-door Bronco, this is an old-school tribute to the company's 2019 SEMA Top 12 Bronco. With the top removed and 18-inch wheels with a -12 offset, it screams adventure. These wheels, wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich KO2 tires, are finished in Phantom Black on the driver's side and Ghost Grey on the passenger's side; right now, the team is undecided on which color works best. Another retro touch is the matte black striping running along the sides and across the hood. This Bronco also has color-matched Maxlider MX4 fender flares that complement the four-inch lift, thanks to a BDS suspension Sasquatch kit.
The links to the team's Clydesdale 2019 SEMA Bronco build are obvious, although this one enjoys the modern structure and gadgets of the new-generation Bronco. Based in Bloomington, Illinois, Maxlider's Bronco shows what's possible with the new off-roader for buyers who like the idea of a thoroughly unique appearance. Other options include a cold air intake, a performance exhaust, and power-retractable steps. But if you want unique looks and the ability to scare Mustang drivers, perhaps you should consider Hennessey's VelociRaptor 400 Bronco which can reach 60 in under five seconds. The Bronco aftermarket scene is only expected to flourish further in the months ahead.
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