At the present moment, the high-output crate motor is listed by Chevrolet Performance with 461 horsepower and 558 pound-feet (757 Nm) of torque on tap from 8.2 liters of displacement. Modified like there’s no tomorrow with Holley Demon carburetors, a Childs & Albert supercharger, and 10:1 pistons that breath through 2.5-inch headers and 5.0-inch pipes, the shortened Bronco likely produces double the output of the bone-stock 502.
Further augmented with Brodix heads, a hydraulic roller camshaft kit from COMP Cams, and a Turbo 400 automatic transmission, chassis number JDG618ZAM1130 is certain to turn heads like an ice cream truck on a hot summer day. A narrowed 9.0-inch axle and four-link rear suspension are worthy of your attention as well, along with Mustang II spindles, rack-and-pinion steering, Baer four-wheel disc brakes, and an Art Morrison chassis.
Hopping inside the Bronco Buster-inspired rig, you’ll notice a full-custom interior covered in tan upholstery with alligator inserts. Envisioned and produced by M&M Interior in Holly Pond, Alabama, the cabin is beautified by a billet steering wheel, AutoMeter Pro Comp gauges, and a piston-shaped knob for the transmission lever. The finishing touches come in the guise of Vintage Air ice-cold climate control and a Sony Xplod CD stereo system, which should keep both driver and passenger cool and entertained on the long haul.