Information on this page was sourced from “Ford Bronco: A History of Ford’s Legendary 4x4” by Todd Zuercher.
In 1973, the Ranger Package infused Bronco with a luxury vibe. Design elements conveyed a premium feel without compromising the vehicle’s rugged edge. Exterior highlights included a spare tire cover with Bronco Ranger lettering and bucking horse logo, along with white vinyl striping on the body and hood.
The interior offered stylish houndstooth vinyl seat upholstery, plus full color-keyed carpeting, color-keyed vinyl trim panels with sleek wood-tone accents, color-keyed vinyl trim on rear quarter panels and color-keyed instrument panel paint.
Introduced in 1967, the Sport Package upped the Bronco style ante. Exterior highlights included an argent-painted grille with red Ford logo, bright trim surrounding the grille, headlamps and windows, plus bright-toned hubcaps, bumpers, taillamp bezels and drip rail molding (on certain years). The bold exterior look was capped off with an exclusive Sport Bronco emblem on the fenders.
On the inside, the Sport Package featured stylish extras like a chrome horn ring, pleated door panels with bright moldings and parchment floor mat....less
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