The Complete History of the Ford Bronco

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Third Generation (1980-1986): Now, More Comfortable
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Third Generation (1980-1986): Now, More Comfortable

You knew a third-generation Bronco visually by seeing the Ford logo, and not F-O-R-D spelled out on its grille. Following the fuel crisis of the late 1970s, Ford reintroduced a six-cylinder engine to complement the capable V-8. Thanks to a revised front suspension, the off-road-oriented Bronco was more tolerable on-road.

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