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Looking for value range for 85 Bronco II


jbbarrus

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Vehicle Year
1985
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Bronco II
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Suspension Style
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I have a 1985 Bronco II, 2.8l v6, 4wd, and lifted. I've gotten it running pretty well, but discovered that 3 of the 4 fenders have rusted through. I've included pictures below. I was going to fix it up for my 16 year old son, but we've decided that it is too much work than we want to take on. It has a new clutch, new distributor cap, spark plug wires (silicone NKG), spark plugs, fuel filter and a new carburetor.

I'm looking for a value that I can start at to get a fair deal in selling it. Any ideas?

Pictures below.
Bronco II.jpg
Rear Right.jpg
Rear Left.jpg
Front Right.jpg
Front Left.jpg

Thanks,

John
 


Halfmoon

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I wish I had better news for you - I paid $1000 for my 85 5-speeed 4wd, not lifted but no rust. It was running, but has benefited from the Duraspark conversion.
 

bronco2fan

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Front fenders aren't that bad to replace. Unless you just want to get rid of it. But for a 16 year old, let him drive it as is.
 

BLMPKN

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It would likely be cheaper to fix the fenders than to sell&buy nicer.

Isn't it also a rite of passage to have to bondo up your first vehicle too? Give the kid a bucket of cheese and a grater and have him get at it.
 

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