Ford never made the first-generation Bronco with four doors, but one would be hard-pressed to think this 1969 restomod didn't come straight from the factory — until the hood comes up. Sitting in the engine bay is a 5-liter Coyote V8 backed by a six-speed automatic transmission, nine-inch rear end with limited-slip differential, and a two-speed Dana transfer case. That means this Bronco lives up to the original's off-road bonafides, despite the addition of two doors and accompanying wheelbase stretch. A dark silver finish with Boss Mustang-style black stripes keep the look period-correct, while the interior features saddle vinyl covered seats and a Vintage Air air conditioning system. A full-length rollbar uses either a bikini or full-size soft top, with other modern features like LED lighting, a backup camera, and power-folding running boards.