View Full Version : Centurion Four door Bronco 1ton Powerstroke 4x4 diesel lifted SAS 9 suspension lift
08-29-2009, 01:23 AM
08-29-2009, 07:38 AM
i wanna say ive seen one of those before, but im not sure. id have to do some research to see if this is false. ive never heard of this truck.
08-29-2009, 01:03 PM
ive seen one many times bout 5miles from me not sure if its half 3/4 ton or 1
but they do exist
08-29-2009, 01:42 PM
Damn, I'd love that thing.
From the late 1980s through its demise in 1996, the Bronco was also sold at Ford dealerships as a modified 4-door SUV (making it similar to the Excursion or Suburban). These 4-door Broncos were converted by Centurion Vehicles of White Pigeon, Michigan. The conversion involved combining a new crew cab short bed F-Series truck with a Bronco tailgate and fiberglass top. In addition to adding a third row of seats and more room, a Bronco Centurion could be ordered using an F-350 as the donor pickup, allowing the Centurion to have such engines as the 7.3 L (~445 cu in) PowerStroke turbodiesel and the 460 cu in (7.5 L) gasoline V8. This made the Centurion more appealing to people in need of a comfortable tow vehicle, albeit a faster one. Over time the few of these cars that still exist are rare and valuable, except for the certain percentage of Northern cars that suffered from tailgate rust-out due to poor body paint preparation.
The Bronco Centurion could be ordered with options such as a third-row seat that can be folded into a bed, second row bucket seats, a TV with a VCR, and a built-in radar detector.
Bronco Centurions are considered after market conversions. Ford introduced the Excursion as an official production model in 2000.
08-29-2009, 05:20 PM
I just went in my pants a little bit....me likely
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