With only 29 miles on the clock.
The Ford Bronco is an American legend, and a firm favorite of Ford off-roading fans across the nation, and while the all-new car is set to make a serious splash when it eventually arrives, fans are still head-over-heels in love with older versions of the car which has proven itself time and again as being a hardy companion for those who love the great outdoors, and looking tough. Some Ford fans are more serious than others, as can clearly be seen in this recent Bring A Trailer auction, where someone paid $90,000 for a 1991 Ford Bronco XLT with only 29 miles showing on the odometer.
The Bronco in question was purchased as new from Fallon Ford in Chicago, Illinois, and was directly transported to Big Toy Storage in Genoa City, Wisconsin where it has remained until spring 2020. It was acquired by the selling dealer in Michigan who was blown away by the unreal odometer reading. This SUV is painted Colonial White and features a period-perfect Scarlet Red cloth interior. Under the hood lies a trusted 145 horsepower 4.9-liter inline-six engine hooked up to a five-speed manual transmission and dual-range transfer case. This specific Bronco is pretty hardcore and features a limited-slip differential, manual locking front hubs, and a Heavy Duty Service package.
Finer exterior details of the car include a fiberglass roof and drop-down tailgate with integrated power window, 15-inch factory wheels with General Ameri Way XT tires, quad front shocks, heavy-duty rear shocks, and a beefy rear sway bar. The interior features captain's chairs, air conditioning that still blows cold, cruise control, a rear window defroster, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo player. The interior also includes a leather steering wheel, 85 mph speedometer, and numerous gauges for oil temps and the like.
An extensive video tour of the car has been posted online showing the car being started. Documents included in the sale were the window sticker with a total price of $21,125, a 1991 Bronco sales brochure, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Wisconsin title. Is it worth $90K? Clearly.