The Ford Bronco was Introduced Today in 1965
According to Motoramic, on August 11, 1965, Ford introduced the world to the Bronco. Yes, 49 years ago, Ford announced it’d offer its soon-to-be-iconic SUV as a 1966 model. In this great vintage commercial above, Ford refers to the vehicle as the “first four-wheel drive sports car.” That’s probably not how most people would refer to it today, but regardless, the Bronco secured its place in automotive history by creating capable, popular 4x4s over the years—sports car or not. The Bronco was offered for 30 years, ending production in 1996. And yes, there was the smaller-sized Bronco II offered from 1984-1990 that eventually gained two more doors and turned into the Explorer.
Of course everyone’s question is will Ford bring the Bronco back? There have been concept cars and internet rumors for years, but nothing has been confirmed; at least not yet. There is still a strong Bronco following to this day (and yes, even fans of the Bronco II). Fortunately for Bronco fans, Bushwacker offers a full range of fender flares to add style and protection to these SUVs. So whether you’ve got a 1966 or 1996, we’ve got you covered.
1981-1986 Ford Bronco Extend-A-Fender Flares
Set of Four: Part #20902-01
1987-1991 Ford Bronco Extend-A-Fender Flares
Set of Four: Part #20903-01
1992-1996 Ford Bronco Street Flares
Set of Four: Part #20501-02
1992-1996 Ford Bronco Extend-A-Fender Flares
Set of Four: Part #20904-11