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Like General Motors and Fiat Chrysler, the Ford Motor Company is working to hammer out a new contract with the United Auto Workers union. And today, when the details of that proposed contract became public, it included some interesting tidbits: namely the return of the Ford Ranger and a new Ford Bronco for the U.S.
This story has everything: space, romance, an International Scout II, and a first-gen Ford Bronco!
The motorstorm of retro off-road awesomeness that is the NORRA Mexican 1000 takes over Baja next week. Among this year’s competitors is this badass Bronco; it won the race almost forty years ago, ended up a derelict in a desert junkyard, and is returning with a legendary driver and a fresh restoration.
It's true: Ford filed for a new trademark on the name "Bronco" just a few days ago. Now please stop interpreting that as the second (well, sixth) coming of the Ford Bronco. There's no indication whatsoever that that's the case.
The second-gen Ford Bronco is a great looking off-roader, but if you want to make it cooler without spending an Icon Bronco's worth of money, bolting on a Minigun might just be your answer.
Bronco! Bronco! It was a simpler time in advertising; and apparently the first Ford Bronco was originally sold as a "four-wheel drive sports car" until the term "Sport Utility Vehicle" could be coined.
A Mecum auction from a few months ago in Indianapolis is on TV right now; where I just watched a Hagerty rep say he's seen an "average 65% price rise in the vintage SUV market over the last four years."
It was 20 years ago today that we all stopped what we were doing to watch a white Ford Bronco drive, slowly, around Los Angeles. Out of context it seems absurd, but O.J. Simpson's televised escape, and the subsequent trial, changed how we watch the world. And yet, the most important piece of the chase is gone. Where…
From Truck Yeah!: If you made a list of all the American classic cars we'd like to see resurrected, the classic Ford Bronco would rank pretty high up there. Troller, a division of Ford, just debuted the most desirable neo-Bronco I think I've seen yet.
I haven't seen a 2015 Ford F-150 story without a comment pining for a new Bronco. You know what? I wanna see it too. But Ford won't oblige, so I'm challenging you artists of Jalopnik and Truck Yeah! to design the best damn 2015 Ford Bronco you can imagine and share it in the comments.
No one can cruise L.A. like O.J. Minimum speed limits? Not for the Juice. If you’re hitting up Los Angeles and want to relive the excitement of the most famous low-speed chase in modern history, we’ve made it easy for you. Here’s your guide to seeing LA the OJ-way.
You put your car for sale on eBay. Someone doesn't read the ad and makes a ridiculous offer in the questions area. If that happens, it's your duty as a human to tear that person a new one. The seller of this Bronco did just that, and he did a monumental job.
Although it wouldn't take much to talk us into purchasing either of these full-size SUVs, back in 1981 when they were new Chevrolet made this dealer promo video to illustrate the minute differences between their Blazer and the Ford Bronco.
Seeing any full size Ford Bronco from the 80s in decent shape is an increasingly rare occurrence. Seeing a full size Ford Bronco from the 80s in decent shape that can run a 10 second 1/4 mile is beyond rare—it's downright unbelievable.
According to Ford, their better late than never competitor to the Jeep CJ-5 and the International Scout wasn't just another SUV, it was a four wheel drive sports car. Everywhere it went, the new for 1966 Bronco was blazing a trail of excitement.
Did you know Ford announced around Father's Day they'd be selling complete reproduction 1966 Ford Bronco bodies? Neither did we, but now we know they're headed for a public debut at this year's SEMA show.
The Ford Bronco helped invent the idea of SUVs as cool. Unfortunately, OJ Simpson's fateful police chase left white Bronco's with his indelible mark so this owner decided to address the issue head on. [Reddit]