The first-generation Ford Bronco is one of the Blue Oval's most beloved trucks. From its boxy styling to offroad capability, the Bronco is an icon of the American automotive world. But if you could find a fault with it, it's that it only ever came in a two-door version. Maxlider Brothers Customs has taken it upon themselves to rectify this glaring error with this four-door 1966 Bronco. The stretched chassis adds another set of doors that perfectly match the bodywork — the truck looks like it rolled off the assembly line as-is in 1966. What thankfully doesn't match is the supercharged Coyote motor under the hood, putting out 670 horsepower to all four wheels via a six-speed transmission. The rest of the suspension and drivetrain hasn't been overlooked either, with a slew of heavy-duty parts to bring it up to modern standards. Ford's all-new Bronco is still a couple years away, but this should keep you satisfied until it gets here.