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YAK Car Pic of the Day

'66/67 Ford Bronco, Town of Porter, N.Y.

This rather sad-looking 1966-67 Ford Bronco sat out at a Town of Porter roadside all summer, offered up for parts. And there were still some left when it was eventually hauled back into the yard where it still sits. The Bronco was introduced for 1966 as this wagon, and also as a roadster or sports utility (pickup). The only powertrain that first year was a 170 cid six with a column-mounted three-speed manual transmission. Options listed included a manual AM radio w/antenna ($50.20), heater ($70.20), and chromed bumpers ($29.60). This wagon listed for a mere $2,625.07 in 1966. Prices jumped up to $2,633.49 for 1967. (Yes, they actually priced cars down to the cent back then.)

— Jim Corbran, You Auto Know


  • Joseph Coppola

    MY BUDDY, FATHER JOE FINK TOLD ME ABOUT A BRONCHO THAT HE HAD WHEN WAS A MISSIONARY DOWN IN PERU. HE SAID IT WOULD TAKE A BEATING AND WORKED LIKE A MULE UP IN THE ANDES MOUNTAIN RANGES. HIGH PRASE FROM A FRANCISCIAN!