value of 1991 ford bronco II

Asked by Sep 22, 2013 at 10:35 AM about the 1991 Ford Bronco XLT 4WD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

80,000 mi, manual trans w/overdrive, 4cyl, ps, pb, pw, ac, cc, amfm cassette. xclnt cond, tires like new.

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They seem to really hold value. I was surprised..going by the listings here you might get as much as $5,000 or $6,000

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The motors are fussy with these, especially the DOHC....you never mention what motor...we got you covered...will look into that~

The 5-speed M5OD-R2 transmission was added as an option for 302- powered Broncos in 1987. 1988-89 351W trucks received a c6 transmission. For 1990, the electronically-controlled E4OD automatic overdrive came standard on the 351W, and 300. The AOD was mated with the 302 from 1987-1990. By 1991 All engines received the E4OD. A V8 engine and automatic transmission were standard in Eddie Bauer, Nite, and Silver Anniversary trucks

E40D is a transmission, btw~

still don't know which engine....guess it doesn't matter~

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