Photo 1/7 | 1971 Ford Bronco In Motion Front Three Quarter | 1971 ford bronco
Photo 2/7 | 1971 Bronco Gauges Steering Wheels | It may appear stock, but the dash underwent plenty of metal surgery just like the body. The gauges are from Dakota Digital, while the steering wheel is a Billet Specialties Vintec unit. K&M Upholstery in Shafer, Minnesota, was responsible for covering the Nissan Maxima seats in marine-grade vinyl.
Photo 3/7 | 1971 Ford Bronco Engine | No, it’s not a Ford V-8 in an old Ford, but the Corvette LT1 does clear the stock hood, which with the Bronco being so low, was a more important concern.
Photo 4/7 | 1971 Ford Bronco Open Doors | The profile really shows off the slammed stance and arrow-straight bodywork.
Photo 5/7 | Shifter And Ride Tech Switches | A sheetmetal center console houses the Lokar shifter and Ride Tech switches for the airbag-equipped suspension.
Photo 6/7 | 1971 Ford Bronco Side View | Jerry Wheeler laid the windshield back and chopped it a full 8 inches. As Jeff tells us, “Some people don’t like that I chopped it, but it looked like a sailboat with the stock windshield.”
Photo 7/7 | 1971 Ford Bronco Back Three Quarter | Incredibly clean, the Bronco gets its slick looks from extensive body mods, including using the original tailgate’s top 6 inches and modifying the remainder to create a solid back end complete with roll pan.