• May 5, 2006


Ford Motor hasn't made a Bronco for ten years, but the ground-breaking (sorry, couldn't resist) SUV still has a loyal following, with a nationwide network of Bronco owners' clubs ramping up birthday celebrations for Ford's sport-ute.

One of the Bronco's high-profile fans is none other than legendary NFL star OJ Simpson rocker Ted Nugent (above). The Nuge has been a Bronco owner since 1971, and one of his vintage examples will be on display at several 40th anniversary celebrations.

Some owners of early Broncos take their off-roading pretty seriously, as you'll see from the pictures after the jump!

[Source: Ford]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      Lame... repeat after me: Strike-outs aren't funny.

      As for the Bronco, it seems that every other automaker has turned this niche over to Jeep, except perhaps for the Toyota FJ Cruiser.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Ladies and gentlemen, the Ford Bronco.....and Joe dirt the model next to it.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Sweet trucks. Early Bronco's are/were what a real truck is all about, at least to me. No frilly girly things to be found anywhere.

      I really like that plain white one. Built without being silly. Loose the snow, the cold, the top and live large!