- https://www.carmag.co.za/news/maxlider-brothers-create-four-door-custom-ford-bronco/

Maxlider Brothers' Custom Bronco has been more than two years in the making.

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The legendary Ford Bronco will be making its return in 2020. Custom builder Maxlider Brothers decided to celebrate its revival by creating a quite interesting four-door Bronco. This open-top custom Bronco is based on the first-generation model by Ford.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/maxlider-brothers-create-four-door-custom-ford-bronco/

This model, created by the Maxlider Brothers, has more than enough power under the bonnet. This unique creation has been fitted with a Roush supercharged 5.0-litre Coyote V8 producing more than 670 bhp. Furthermore, this model is fitted with a modern six-speed manual gearbox.

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/maxlider-brothers-create-four-door-custom-ford-bronco

Carmag states that this creation's drivetrain parts were supplied by Yukon Gear and Axle. They go on to say that "extra off-roading mechanical parts were provided by the specialists of Currie Enterprises and Wildhorses 4×4".

https://www.carmag.co.za/news/maxlider-brothers-create-four-door-custom-ford-bronco/

The interior images below shows the custom Bronco gets tan leather upholstery. Furthermore, a wooden steering wheel and Maxlider-branded rubber carpeting (with a purple hue provided by some ambient lighting). Interestingly, the cabin is encased in a roll cage hosting some of the speakers for the sound system, covers the front and middle passengers.

What are your thoughts? Are you excited for the 2020 Bronco? Do you prefer this custom Bronco based on the first-generation model by Ford? Comment down below.

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Comments (1)
  • Love the original, looking forward to new in 2020 but I’m not sold on the stretched retro version

    10 months ago
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