1988 Ford Bronco II 4×4 – Green With Envy

Filed in 1984-1988 Ford Bronco II, 4WD Ford Bronco II by on March 5, 2018 • views: 3980

I’m always looking for nice examples of Ford Bronco II’s to share. There’s definitely some good ones still out there. This one from ClassicCars.com caught my eye, especially since they want $45,000 for it. As much as I love the Bronco II, it’s by no means an early Bronco, and that’s the price range this dealer is trying to be in.

Here’s what they have to say:

Green · 6 Cylinder · 178,395 miles


A dependable 4-Wheel Drive the will get you there. You don’t see many Ford Broncos these days so we decided to restore this one to keep its memory alive. The Deep Forest Green Exterior gives it a tough rugged look. We also chose to put a 3″ body lift with a 2″ Suspension Kit. The seats were newly recovered with a plush medium/light tan cloth and all new carpet with plenty of cargo space in the back. Keep in mind you will be getting a newly rebuilt motor/transmission/transfer case.



  • Frame off Restoration
  • 2.9 V6 Newly Rebuilt Motor
  • Automatic Transmission-Newly Rebuilt
  • Transfer Case-Newly Rebuilt
  • 4-Wheel Drive – Manual Shift w/ Manual Hubs


  • Deep Forest Green
  • Black Bumpers & Push Bar
  • Pacer Aluminum 15″ Wheels (New)
  • 31 10.50 General Grabber Tires (New)
  • New Brakes & all new axle seals
  • Paddle Mirrors
  • 3″ Body Lift
  • New Skyjacker 2″ Suspension Lift
  • New Stock Dual Exhaust


  • New Dash Pad & Door Panels
  • New Rubber Seal Kits on Doors & Body
  • New Headliner
  • New Steering Wheel
  • Medium/Tan cloth seats-Newly Recovered
  • Lumbar Driver & Passenger seats
  • All new carpet
  • A/C
  • Tilt Steering Column
  • Manual Window & Door Locks
  • Premier AM/FM Radio w CD player


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Jim Oaks

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As a Ford Ranger enthusiast who enjoys modifying my Ford Rangers for off-road use, I quickly discovered that there wasn’t any websites dedicated to the subject. So in 1999, I created TheRangerStation.com. As That site began to grow, I began to see a lot of Bronco II owners join the site, since it shared the same platform with the Ranger. That caused me to create the 'Bronco II Corral' as a photo gallery, which spawned off in to the website you're visiting today. Thanks for taking the time to check it out.

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