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Stuffed with never-before-seen photography, stories,
and race results, Bronco Racing: Ford’s Legendary 4x4 in
Off-Road Competition is the most definitive publication ever
on this marque’s racing success!
In 1965, legendary builder and off-road aficionado
Bill Stroppe was one of the first to test the new Bronco in
off-road conditions. In March 1966, Stroppe introduced his
racing Bronco to the press at the Bronco Roundup, where
racing ace Ray Harvick pounded the Santa Ana river bottom
with his tuned machine to win Top Eliminator at the Four-
Wheel-Drive Grand Prix at Riverside, and the rest is history.
Ford’s Bronco dominated the off-road racing scene
and captured coveted titles in the Mint 400, Baja 500, and
dirt racing’s crowning achievement: the Mexican 1000/
Baja 1000. As the first-generation Bronco gave way to the
second-generation machine (1978), racing Broncos continued
to devour the competition until Ford pulled the plug on
the rig in 1996.
Complementing the legendary Broncos featured here,
you will also hear the tales of their wranglers, including
Parnelli Jones, Rod Hall, Larry Minor, Shelby Hall, James
Garner, Don Barlow, James Duff, Bill Rush, and the aforementioned
Ray Harvick and Bill Stroppe. The infamous
mounts covered include Big Oly/Crazy Colt, Pony, Big Hoss,
Crazy Horse, Stove, and Colt.
Diligently penned by Bronco racing historian John Elkin,
this book is the most comprehensive collection of historical
accuracy ever authored on this subject. Pull your belts tight
and wipe your goggles clean one last time with Bronco Racing:
Ford’s Legendary 4x4 in Off-Road Competition!
• The Ford Bronco’s return in 2021 has ignited the most
interest in the Ford Bronco since its inception in 1966.
• This comprehensive book on the Bronco in off-road
competition is the most comprehensive book ever
created on the subject.
• This book contains never-before-seen images, new
stories, and documented historical facts.
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11”