Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford Bronco

The story behind this Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford Bronco is simple and pretty cute. The client came to the tuner with a 1975 Ford Bronco and submitted a rather strange request.

According to the customer, his favorite car is 1969 Shelby Cobra GT 500, so he wanted to reincarnate the so-called Eleanor (from the Gone in 60 Seconds movie) into his own Bronco.

Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford BroncoThis was a complicated challenge, but the tuner has managed to deal with it just fine. Dubbed Eleanor’s Big Brother, the car has features that resemble the car from the aforementioned movie, while the Bronco beneath it can still handle any kind of off-road surface gracefully.

Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford BroncoThe tuner was joined by Yukon Gear & Axle in upgrading the driveline, installing 9-incg rear-end and a 30-ft kinetic recovery rope, with new driveshafts and locking hubs. The lift-kit came from Skyjacker Suspensions, while the body was covered with a scratch-resistant durable spray, of course, matched with the beloved GT 500.

Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford BroncoOf course, you can still see the Ford Bronco in all this work, but the two black strips, round LEDs and engine conversion are just a few of the details that remind us that this is a tribute paid to Eleanor. The new sound system, 37-inch Mickey Thompson wheels and five-point harnesses complete the picture and add a modern note to the 41-year old car.

Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford BroncoThe Zero To 60 Designs 1975 Ford Bronco was taken to the 2016 SEMA show and demonstrated there in all of its beauty.