1971 Ford Bronco Literature

Bronco is an adventuresome breed of four-wheeler that can get up, over, around and through all kinds of obstacles that would stop the others. They key angles of approach, break-over and departure have been maximized to give optimum off road freedom and mobility. Large angles of approach and departure permit getting up and down steep inclines or into and out of deep ditches. Big breakover angle helps climbing over peaked projections without hanging up amidships. High ground clearance and tough, protected underside further aid in negotiating difficult obstructions.

Bronco’s heavy duty front axle and exclusive Mono-Beam front suspension provide greater durability and reliability for breaking new trails. The identical track of both front and rear axles makes the going easier. Front wheels break the path through brush, snow or sand, and the rear wheels have a matching track so they can follow right through with minimum resistance. You get a smoother ride and have more power in reserve for the really bad spots.

Mono-Beam front suspension is as smooth riding as it is sturdy. Bronco gives you a comfortable ride on the highway and is remarkably well-behaved on off-road jaunts. Wide-track axles provide stability on the slopes and sharp turning maneuverability. All in all, Bronco is the smooth, sure way to reach those difficult job sites or faraway recreation spots.

Spirited six or V-8 engines put plenty of power at each wheel for terrain conquering performance through mud, snow and sand. Sturdy Broncos come in your choice of short-roof pickups or full roof wagons. Sport Bronco Pickups and Wagons offer higher levels of interior appointments and exterior trim.

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