Now that the sixth-generation Ford Bronco has been in production for a while (albeit on an extremely limited basis), we’re beginning to see more and more modified examples of the rugged SUV hitting the trails. But while everyone has their own favorite configuration, we’re personally big fans of the bare-bones yet capable two-door Ford Bronco Base Sasquatch, which is precisely what drew us to this sweet build from Bronco6G member Copperhorse73.
The Eruption Green Ford Bronco Base Sasquatch is a 2022 model that can’t be terribly old, but that didn’t stop the owner from both modifying it to his taste and wheeling it on a regular basis. What’s particularly funny is the fact that he refers to it as the “Brodozer,” but in reality, it isn’t just some mall crawler – this thing hits the trails quite bit, as we can see from these photos.
Regardless, this particular Bronco – which is powered by Ford’s 2.7L EcoBoost V6 – certainly looks unique on the outside thanks thanks to massive Sasquatch graphics, a Bestop soft top, Oracle backlit grill letters, Diode Dynamics driving lights, Green rock lights, Rigid ditch lights, and 1.25-inch wheel spacers. The stock Sasquatch wheel and tire combo remains in place, but there’s certainly nothing wrong with that.
Inside the cabin, this Bronco has been treated to Katzkin black leather heated seats, dash mounted USB power, Infinity Reference speakers, and a Mountains2Metal passenger side molle panel. Underneath, the owner sought to add some protection against jagged rocks with JCR engine, transmission and transfer case skid plates, Asfir control arm and rear shock skid plates, Fab Fours rock sliders, and Broncbuster tie rod splints, along with AC Fabrication sway bar quick disconnects.
Clearly, this is one sweet Basesquatch build, but the owner isn’t quite finished modifying it just yet. He’s already got a host of additional parts on order, including a Badlands Apex winch, JCR winch mount, a Kicker amp, subwoofer box, a Midland micromobile, and a GMRS
Lifestyle Offroad rear bumper. But for now, at least, he’s already got one of the cooler new Broncos out on the trail.
Source: Ford Truck Enthusiasts