This week I was contacted by a local Ford Bronco owner, Brad, to capture photos destined for a listing at a Barrett Jackson Auction in Arizona in 2015. Brad suggested a location that was industrial, maybe a construction site. So, I went out and scouted around Natick for possible locations. The first place that came to mind was the condo construction on 27 by Washington Ave. Considering that there’s active construction going on, I thought actually getting on site was practically impossible. I noticed that behind the construction area was a parking area that was accessible. Awesome!! Brad and I squared away the time to meet, the location, and hoped for perfect weather. We aimed for mid afternoon time frame. Brad arrived a bit on the early side so, I headed out to meet him. The weather was perfect, the light was right on, activity at the construction site was certainly lively, and wow, what a sweet 1966 Ford Bronco. I photographed the Bronco for a little over an hour capturing about 150 photographs. I culled the set down to 67 photographs and the final selection to the Barrett Jackson listing was 17 photographs (which are below). Each image was individually enhanced, I removed the license plate info for the extra bit of awesomeness, and delivered the finished photographs online in less than 2 days . The Bronco will be at the 2015 Barrett Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Here is the details of the 1966 Ford Bronco: Very solid and rust free Bronco. Show quality restoration with many modern features. Rebuilt 302 with C4 automatic transmission, Ford 9″ rear end with Dana 30 front axle, 5″ lift with crossover steering and heavy duty 1″ Heim joints from Duff Enterprises. Pro comp custom 17″ rims with Mickey Thompson 33″ tires. Full custom interior with roll bar, 3 point seat belts, air conditioning and heat from Vintage Air, power steering, power disc brakes and 9,000 pound winch with remote. Very comfortable and easy driving Bronco.