With more and more sixth-generation Ford Broncos on the road every day, we’re starting to see some modified ones, and we aren’t just talking about those that are lifted with wheels and tires. We’re talking about wild, over-the-top builds that cost a pretty penny to pick up or put together, and that certainly applies to this custom Ford Bronco built by South Florida Jeeps, a company that also made the very first six-wheeled Bronco. Even better, NFL running back Brandon Bolden just bought it for a cool $150k.
Bolden started his career back in 2012 as an undrafted free agent for the New England Patriots and made the best of that opportunity, playing a key role there for nine seasons and winning two Super Bowls. He left and joined the Dolphins for one season before coming back to the Patriots, but now, Bolden has followed his former offensive coordinator turned head coach, Josh McDaniels, to the Las Vegas Raiders, who signed him to a one-year, $5 million dollar contract.
It kind of makes sense that Bolden would want to pick up a new ride to celebrate his new team, as Kansas City Chiefs fans we cannot understand his excitement in playing for the Raiders, but that’s precisely what he’s done with his $150K custom Ford Bronco. The exterior is one of the more interesting parts about this particular build, as it’s finished in black (appropriately, given his new team) Kevlar armored SoFlo Stallion paint, a custom removable slant back roof, bronze XD wheels wrapped with meaty tires, and a DV8 Off-Road OE Plus front bumper.
The interior of this build is equally wild, with acres of King Ranch-style leather with diamond stitching that covers just about everything, from the seats to the center console and portions of the dash. SFJ also fitted the Bronco with a sound system that its says is “second to none,” so you’ll apparently be able to hear it coming.
Source: Ford Truck Enthusiasts