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Want to customise your Ford Bronco? Maxlider have you covered

It'll cost you though, so make sure your pockets are deep

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Ford are going head-to-head with the Jeep community with the launch of their all-new Ford Bronco range, by developing a comprehensive catalogue of official parts and accessories, enabling customers to modify their Bronco to the perfect specification.

However, if that's not enough for you, then Maxlider have good news. This Illinois-based custom shop is well-versed in vintage Bronco restorations, and is getting ready to tackle a new generation of Bronco owners.

Instagram: Maxlider Motors

Instagram: Maxlider Motors

Posting to their Instagram account, Maxlider has announced that they will be offering turn-key packages for the new Ford Bronco, starting from $10,000. That's pretty pricy for a custom job, though given the heavy pricetag, we'd hope it gets you a lot of work.

However, the blue and white example shown in the post will run at a higher price, costing around $25-35,000, which Maxlider says varies "depending on performance and interior enhancements."

Maxlider are well-versed in modifying classic Broncos, so are sure to do well with the new models. Instagram: Maxlider Motors

Maxlider are well-versed in modifying classic Broncos, so are sure to do well with the new models. Instagram: Maxlider Motors

The rendering shown does depict plenty of modifications, however. Beadlock-capable wheels, roof baskets, off-road lights, a new bumper, auxiliary lights and what seems like a billet grille all transform the look of the Bronco, so long as your pockets are deep enough.

Of course, for $25k to $35k, you could buy a second Ford Bronco so you have one for the road and one for the trail, or pick up a JL Wrangler, have it fitted with American Expedition Vehicles' capable JL370 package, and finish with thousands of dollars left over.

Of course, you could pick up a second-hand wranger instead...

Of course, you could pick up a second-hand wranger instead...

Of course, with $35k to spend, you could pick up a competing second-hand Jeep Wrangler, modify it to your heart's content, and likely still have change for gas left over.

With build slots now open, each order requires a $500 deposit to reserve a slot. No doubt this service will prove popular, as Maxlider's reputation serves them well. If you see a custom Bronco on the roads, be sure to share it with us!

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Comments (5)

  • Eww. Ford

      1 month ago
  • Well, I can say that getting all the swag and custom gear straight from the factory or dealer is smart.

      1 month ago
  • or you can use 3d tuning for free

      1 month ago
  • I like that black one. Sleek with all the goodies.

    I was trying to find an old one in the late 90's in Denver. NOPE. They were either junk or heavily modified into junk. The good ones were kept and never for sale. I drove one in college - next door neighbor had one. He like to drink so he would ask me to drive him places in his Bronco. Three on the tree! I was sold immediately. It was lifted but not extreme. 32's. Rode well. Not a sports car for sure but for what it was I enjoyed it. I would imagine the new ones will be awesome compared to old school tech.

      1 month ago
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