Ford Bronco: Then and Now

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Powertrain
Initially the Ford Bronco was offered with two engine choices: a 170-cubic-inch (2.8-liter) inline 6-cylinder powerplant producing about 105 horsepower, or a 289-cid (4.7-liter) V8 rated at 200 horsepower. A few years into production a 302-cid V8 engine replaced the 289, bumping power to 210 and torque to 300 lb-ft. A 3-speed manual gearbox with a steering-column shifter was the only transmission option until Ford introduced an optional automatic transmission in 1973.

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