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1969 Ford Bronco 'Fleet' Delivery Wagon

  • Location: Campbell, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Bronco
  • Trim: SPORT
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 10623
  • VIN: U15GLF11648
  • Engine size: 302 V8
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Drive type: 4WD
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1969 Ford Bronco SPORT Description

- 4 Wheel Drive
- Delivery Fleet Wagon
- 302 / V8 (showing 10,623 miles - guesstimated to be 110,623 based on condition / use?)
- Sport Bronco Trim Package- Color Code 'T' = Candy Apple Red / FORD Order # 2008-A- Dealer Painted = Color Code 'L' Holly Green / dealer campus uniform?- Hardtop Painted = Color Code 'A' Raven Black / dealer campus uniform?
- 3 speed Transmission- Dana 20 Transfer Case- Manual locking Hubs
- 4.11 Gears
- Parchment Bucket Seats
- DSO 72 = San Jose California truck

I am going to try and explain the history of this vehicle per second and third hand information;This Bronco was ordered and supposedly used as a 'Fleet' vehicle on site at Bartlett Ford Dealership in Reno, Nevada? The Bronco was used as a parts truck for the first 6 years of its life and during that time was re-painted "Holly Green" a Ford Color Code 'L' to fit the color scheme of dealership back then?
The Bronco was eventually sold to a buyer out of Clayton, California where it resided until approximately 1993? In 1993 the Bronco was sold again and resided with a new owner based in San Francisco, California until 1997. In 1997 the Bronco was then sold again to a lady out of Mill Valley, California who drove the Bronco from 1997 to 1999 and unfortunately was served divorce papers with her husband where the Bronco went into a 'legal storage situation' from 1999 til 2018 when it was finally released.

Needing a little help, I have taken the Bronco into my possession in order to find a good home for it. The Bronco has been legally transferred into my name, is currently registered in California with no back fee's, ready for its new owner.

We have the original owners manual along with 3 documents showing the mileage in 1990 as 55,669 then 1991 as 66,277 then 1992 as 72,251 and 1997 as 104,000.
The Bronco currently has 110,623 miles on it and we believe this is the actual miles due to the verbal and paper trail history?
- Motor runs real good and strong, fires right up.
- Transmission shifts through all gears nicely / column shift is very smooth.- Original dealer under coat.
- Manual choke cable is sticky and needs to be lubed.- Brakes stick from the long period of storage, new wheel cylinders or complete brake job is highly recommended but still drives as is, just very poor braking and locks at times.
- Steering column upper bearing has play in it, could/should be replaced but drives and steers fine.- Passenger mirror head is missing- Rear cargo area used to have roll bar installed and has plugs in previous mount holes.
- Horn does not work.- Rear hard top hatch plate is missing on inside and lower tailgate rubber gasket.- Sport door panels are original and in good condition but edges are curling up.- Transfer case has a slight leak.- Seats are comfortable but show signs of age.

As for the Broncos exterior condition, the body is very straight and clean. The floors have been subjected to that common floor rust from condensation trapped underneath original floor mat. Visually you cannot see the top surface of floors but underneath you can see the seam split in the rear of the passenger side floor pan and the front part of the drivers side floor pan. The inner fenders of engine bay to the left and right (common spot, see pics) have the topical rust flake limited to each corner but do not penetrate through. There is a slight showing of a few small spots of surface rust on the outer upper tailgate area but very small and very light. The body as a whole is very straight and really clean. The rocker panels are solid (see pics), the doors are clean and open and close very nice from minimal use. The backside of door hinges are very clean which normally get rust (see pic). The rear wheel wells and floor seams are very clean. The hardtop and hardtop rain gutters are very clean in very nice condition. The factory headliner is still intact above the seating area but no headliner past the bulkhead.
Other then that, this is a pretty cool un-cut Bronco looking for a good home.Please ask any questions or request any photos and I will do my best to provide.
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