Ford Bronco: Then and Now

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Bronco Roadster
With no roof or doors, the Bronco Roadster looks like it would be the most fun — similar to a classic dune buggy. Doors could be added as an option as well as a vinyl convertible top. However, the Roadster wasn’t the most practical vehicle and was subsequently dropped from the lineup in 1968. During the first year of sales buyers preferred the wagon over the roadster by a 3 to 1 margin, and ultimately only 5,000 roadsters were built. One of the rarest of the classic Broncos, the roadster still isn’t the most sought-after Bronco, according to experts at Hagerty Insurance.

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