What we've got here truly is an uncommon sight to see. This 1968 Ford Bronco Pickup is about as good as a 4x4 can get, with a 3-speed column-shifted manual transmission, two doors, a manual transfer case, a short wheelbase and a utility bed. The Ford Bronco is to blame for making the SUV mainstream, as the 1966 introduction proved immensely popular and was Ford's very first SUV offered. This '68 model is powered by the classic Ford 289 C.I. V8 and a 4-barrel carburetor, still presenting itself with the original emissions equipment! Torque from the 289 gets to the Dana 20 transfer case through a 3-on-the-tree manual transmission, a rugged and reliable transmission that is sure to deliver plenty of off-road fun. The exterior "Norway Green" paint is absolutely stunning as it is laid out over an incredibly straight body, free of any major blemishes. The interior is extremely spartan, but what else is there to expect from a rugged 1960s offroader? In fact, the exposed steel floor and dashboard only adds to the charm of this Bronco, which is complemented by a pair of tan vinyl bucket seats. Options fitted to this Bronco include 4x4 drive, power steering, vent windows, seatbelts, a heater + defroster, and some nice dual exhausts. The truck rides on some great-looking polished steel wheels on top of some heavy-duty Sport King A/T tires for ample offroad performance. This Bronco doesn't just look great, it performs even better. Whether you're looking for a legitimate offroader or a piece of automotive history, this Bronco is more than happy to fill both roles. We think you'd look pretty good offroading in something as classy as this '68 Bronco.