By The Blue Beast on
1995 Ford Bronco XLT 2dr SUV 4WD
I had a '92 Bronco that was involved in a head on collision with a drunk driver in a '67 Ford LTD. He didn't make it. Anyway, I bought a new 1995 Bronco and am still driving it today. I must add there were a few issues in the beginning. 6 transfer cases, 6 transmissions, 6 drive shafts later, no more issues. I installed a 4" Rancho suspension lift, 33" BFG tires, Bassani headers, Auburn limited slip, and 4.11 gears. The truck still runs strong and I would it sell it for any amount.
Excellent for camping. Dirt bike fits right on the back. Turns on a dime for those wheeling adventures. The shift on the fly works well in snowy conditions.
The 10' reverse disengage transfer case, is not really an issue. My only complaint is the cracking of the roof after removing the rear top. Oh yeah, one more thing, the leaky roof.