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1975 Ford Bronco Parts

Bronco Parts

Car enthusiasts don’t speak fondly of the mid-‘70s. Under the heavy hand of new emissions laws, horsepower numbers suffered and sales shifted toward smaller, more economical cars. Still, the Bronco soldiered forth after nine years of production with an automatic transmission available and the only engine option the venerable 302 V8. For 1975, Ford introduced a revised exhaust system, a strengthened rear axel and additional ride height. Production numbers were low for the 1975 Bronco, and if you’ve managed to come by one of these particularly rare specimens, it’s important to keep it in good shape. Take a look below at the different 1975 Bronco parts we carry.

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1975 Bronco Parts

Upgrades Galore

After nearly a decade in production, the 1975 Bronco offered significant upgrades compared to the truck Motor Trend deemed best suited for off-road use when it first came on the market. The addition of larger engine options and an automatic transmission made it the compact SUV best suited for life in the city, but it also enjoyed upgrades intended to make it more capable off road, such as front and rear limited slip differentials and upgraded polyglass tires.

Americans quickly became partial to the Bronco in wagon form, as opposed to the bed-equipped truck. The Bronco wagon featured several unique body panels, such as shaped doors and rocker panels and its own unique roof, all of which were reinforced to provide additional strength. Our selection of 1975 Bronco parts includes wagon and truck body panels. If you do happen to own one of the rare 1975 Bronco trucks still roaming the highways and are in need of new sheet metal, you’ve come to the right place.

Find the Best ’75 Ford Bronco Parts

The Bronco’s standard 200 cubic-inch straight six was discontinued due to new smog laws, so all Bronco buyers had to spring for the optional 302 V8 rated at 125 horsepower. A 4.11 rear axel was available, but not for buyers in California, where the shorter final drive broke more stringent CARB laws. All Broncos came from the factory equipped with standard power steering by 1975, and one of the ’75 Bronco parts we stock is the truck’s power steering pump, which can be a weak point after many years of use.

Interior outfitting remained more or less unchanged compared to Broncos of the era. You could have any color trim you wanted as long as it was parchment. All Broncos, regardless of whether they were automatic or manual-shift, came with the same J-shifter and manual transfer case the model began life with.

If you’re in need of help with your Bronco restoration, visit CJ Pony Parts, where you’ll find an excellent selection of 1975 Bronco parts at great low prices.