Photo 1/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco El Diablo Caballo | The ’68 Bronco is named El Diablo Caballo or “The Devil Horse.”
Photo 2/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco | 1968 ford bronco
Photo 3/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco Rear Three Quarter | The original sheetmetal still exists on the Bronco.
Photo 4/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco Dash | Most of the original interior was left intact with the only additions being an aluminum dash filled with Auto Meter gauges, a two-way radio and GPS.
Photo 5/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco | 1968 ford bronco
Photo 6/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco Fox Sponsorship | Fox has come onboard to add to the vintage look.
Photo 7/19 | Currie Dana 44 Front Axle | A Currie Enterprises Dana 44 with 3.50 gears, Truetrac locker and PSC power steering is installed up front.
Photo 8/19 | Mastercraft Suspension Seat | Mastercraft seats and harnesses ensure a safe ride.
Photo 9/19 | Ford V8 Engine | The original engine is still reliable and fires up every time.
Photo 10/19 | Fox Shock And Coil Spring | The Bronco features Fox 2.5 Factory Series Internal Bypass Reservoir shocks front and rear.
Photo 11/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco Hood | 1968 Ford Bronco - Bringing Back the Bronco
Photo 12/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco Virgin Mary Statue | 1968 Ford Bronco - Bringing Back the Bronco
Photo 13/19 | Rear Shock Cage | 1968 Ford Bronco - Bringing Back the Bronco
Photo 14/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco In The Dirt | 1968 ford bronco in the dirt
Photo 15/19 | Currie 9 Inch Housing | There is a Currie 9-inch housing with 31-spline axles in the rear.
Photo 16/19 | Kc Hilites | Classic KC HiLites look at home on the Bronco.
Photo 17/19 | Boyd Jaynes And Brian Godfrey | Boyd Jaynes and Brian Godfrey like to have fun when they race.
Photo 18/19 | General At2 Tire | General AT 2 Tires mounted in American Racing Wheels keep the Bronco moving through the desert.
Photo 19/19 | 1968 Ford Bronco | 1968 ford bronco