I’m surprised that we don’t see more of these big Bronco’s set-up for overlanding. I’m sure they’re out there somewhere, but this 1994 Ford Bronco is definitely a great example.
There’s definitely advantages to the fullsize Bronco. It has a wider stance and stronger drivetrain than a midsize SUV, a shorter wheelbase than a fullsize truck, and the added ability to access the rear without leaving the vehicle. That wide stance also helps the vehicles stability when you add the weight of a roof top tent, and other gear to the roof.
The Bronco is set up with more than just a roof top tent. The rear basically has it’s own slide out kitchen with a stove and fridge. With the Bronco’s mobility, tent, portable kitchen and storage, you basically have a portable home to go anywhere you want. And if you should get yourself stuck, there’s plenty of recovery gear to get you moving again.
This Bronco was listed for sale for $18,000. That doesn’t seem like a bad deal when you look at the cost of a new vehicle or RV. Plus these older 4×4’s aren’t overloaded with as many computer controlled components as today’s vehicles.
- 5.8L V8
- Skyjacker Suspension Lift
- Rancho Shocks
- Warn Manual Locking Hubs
- 33-Inch Goodyears
- Warn Winch Bumper & 10K Winch With Synthetic Line & Wireless Controller
- VIAIR compressor
- Custom Goose Gear Cabinet System With Bronco Plate, Kitchen 2.0 System, And 3 Drawers with Trek-Pak Inserts
- Engel 45-Quart Fridge on Tembo Tuse/Goose Gear Slide
- Cook Partner Dual Stove
- BROG Kitchen Utensil Hanging Bag And Rear Fridge Molly Panel
- CVT Mt. Rainier Extended Vestibule RoofTop Tent With An Extended Overhang and Extended Ladder
- Front Runner Custom Roof Rack
- Alu-Cab Shadow Awning
- (4) Blue Maxtrax Attached To Window Delete
- Outer Limit First Aid Case
- Hi-Lift Jack
- Interior Dual Battery
- National Luna Dual Battery System
- FlexPower Solar System