Evaluation: Represented as single family ownership and with 34,733 actual miles. That single family definitely kept their truck outside, however, as the paint is faded, chipped and rubbed through in spots with surface rust poking out from underneath. The wheels in particular show a ton of surface rust and the tires look too old to drive on for very long. The frame is reasonably clean. The upholstery is decent, just discolored, and the dash is faded and cracked. It’s a weathered but honest Bronco, and if you’re into patina it has the perfect amount. These days it also stands out among all the high-dollar restored Broncos out there.
Bottom Line: It still feels weird to call anywhere near $40K as #4 money for an old Bronco, but here we are. This one would make for a pretty straightforward restoration, but it’s just the kind of thing for an Austin hipster to drive around as-is. It just depends on who bought it but, either way, they paid full retail here.