This 465-Mile 1995 Bronco is Gonna Sell for Insane Money

This 465 Mile 1995 Bronco Is Gonna Sell For Insane Money
This pristine 465-mile 1995 Ford Bronco looks to break all the records with a flurry of bids in its first day on the block.

New, used, and collector car values have soared to new heights over the past few months, all thanks to a variety of issues including a broken supply chain. Regardless, there are plenty of folks out there with plenty of money to throw at vehicles of all kinds, which has resulted in some pretty silly auction results lately. This pristine 465-mile 1995 Bronco up for grabs at Bring a Trailer is next on that list, as it has been bid up past $70k, as of this writing, with a full 6 days left in the auction.

This 465-Mile 1995 Bronco is Gonna Sell for Insane Money

As is usually the case in the collector vehicle world, investors sought out first-gen Broncos first, followed by second-gens, but now every generation of Ford’s iconic SUV is going for big bucks. That includes this fifth-gen 1995 Ford Bronco, which has just 465 original miles on the clock and looks like it just rolled off a showroom floor somewhere. Anyone seeking the “holy grail” of fifth-gens probably doesn’t need to look any further than this, at least.

This 465-Mile 1995 Bronco is Gonna Sell for Insane Money

Whether or not that justifies the insane money this Bronco will inevitably sell for, well, that’s obviously not for us to decide. Instead, we can simply appreciate this well-preserved beauty for what it is. On the outside, that starts with pristine Black Clearcoat paint, shiny chrome, 15-inch polished alloy wheels, and General Grabber HTS tires, all looking quite nice.

This 465-Mile 1995 Bronco is Gonna Sell for Insane Money

The same goes for the interior, which sports plenty of gray cloth and amenities including power windows, power door locks, power mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control, and a CD stereo. Under the hood, this particular Bronco is powered by Ford’s 351 cubic-inch/5.8-liter V8 originally rated to produce 210 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque, which it sends to either the rear or all four wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission and 3.55 rear gears.

It’s unclear how much this pristine Bronco will eventually sell for, but it’s a pretty safe bet that the sum will represent a new record of some sort, and most certainly multiples of its original MSRP of $28,615.

Photos: Bring a Trailer

Source: Ford Truck Enthusiasts



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