- Item Location:
- Lithia Springs, GA
- Seller: streetsideatl
- Phone: 877-367-1835
This 1995 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer is nicely presented, loaded with all the best features, and is quite affordable. So if you're looking for a V8-powered 4x4 that's both capable and classic, read on for all the details.
The Eddie Bauer Broncos were the top dog, and this example really shows you why. The red with tan accenting and pinstripe gives this the sophisticated look of an Arizona summer sunset. Even the tan on the removable hardtop fits in with this desert scene. Not only is this the factory-correct color combo, but also we believe this is the original factory application. And the level of gloss it retains today is an instant indicator of a well-respected machine. There are nice features you instantly recognize, like the integrated side step and the hood wind deflector. And there are other pieces that you have to get close to notice, like the newer window felts. While this 4x4 doesn't show any signs of going off-road, it certainly looks the part. The tall stance, meaty tires, full-size spare on a swing-away mount, and rear step bumper with hitch are not only handy, but also they give this Bronco the proper brawniness we all expect.
Inside is more of the premium Eddie Bauer experience. It starts with tasteful tan leather seats. The front buckets have newer covers. Plus, they have fold-down armrests and a cup holder center console in-between. There's a wide bench seat with plenty of legroom that sits three across. And behind that is enough cargo space to carry everyone's gear. This is loaded with the best features, including power windows (including the rear one), power locks, keyless entry/alarm, tilt steering column, driver's air bag, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with aux input. And if you ever do decide to take the removable hardtop off, the open-air experience is still a comfortable one thanks to cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is a blue oval legend. It's the 5.8-liter (351ci) V8. A history of stoutness and modern fuel-injection makes for a terrific combo. And the way this one fires up readily and runs strong reaffirms its well-respected life. If you feel like using this for its full 4x4 capability, it's as simple as a dash push-button 4x4 system with auto-locking hubs. This is an all-around nice driver with power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and ABS. It's even a proper long haul machine with cruise control and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
There's a new Bronco on the horizon, and the more we all talk about that, the more we get nostalgic for these classics. This generation is now earning the same kind of appreciative nods that Jeep people give when they see a CJ. So to find a 4x4 with character that can also still be so useful and luxurious delivers an awesome total package. Call today!!!