Not all Bronco generations are of equally importance when it comes to leaving their mark on the collective consciousness. Some were so memorable that they helped define the very concept of the SUV or they introduced the characteristic boxy shape as the default design for any off-road vehicle. Others became a symbol of poor engineering and big business cover-ups, such as the ill-fated Bronco II. That's why we decided to present you the five most significant Bronco models ever made. These all-terrain icons collectively created the Bronco legend that has endured until today.
Bronco prices have been on a constant rise since the early 2000s, and classic car experts believe that they will continue to climb. While the Bronco is not the only classic SUV that now costs a fortune, it's arguably the most sought-after in this segment. Experts say that its off-road swagger, history of celebrity ownership and utilitarian design appeal to a large portion of classic car fans. So, if you're in the market for a classic 1966 to 1996 Bronco, let's see how much you'll need to pay to put one in your garage.
If you're an avid Bronco enthusiast, the name ICON probably means a lot to you. After all, this is the company that singlehandedly introduced the restomod concept to the classic car market and established its vision of what the perfect Bronco should look like. At first, ICON was criticized for its expensive approach, but once you fully understand Jonathan Ward’s vision and come to appreciate his meticulous attention to detail, you'll get why these cars cost as much as they do why they're worth every penny.Read now