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Ford Bronco 1980

Starting creation improvement in 1977 (preceding its ancestor was delivered available to be purchased) the 1980-1986 Ford Bronco was intended to address numerous worries that held the 1978-1979 Bronco out of creation. Ostensibly shorter and lighter, the 1980 Bronco was intended to embrace a more productive powertrain while holding its full-size measurements. 

In 1982, the Ford Bronco II made its presentation; inconsequential to the full-size Bronco, the Bronco II was a minimized SUV dependent on an abbreviated Ranger pickup truck and estimated comparably to the 1966-1977 Bronco. Suspension 
Again dependent on the Ford F-Series, the 1980-1986 Bronco depends on the Ford F-150 (1980-1986 seventh era). Albeit dependent on an all-new suspension, the Ford Bronco held its 104 in (2,642 mm) wheelbase. Both exchange cases were supplanted with a New Process 208 adaptation. 

In front, the 1980-1986 Bronco is fitted with a Dana 44 front hub with Ford TTB (Twin Traction Beam) autonomous front suspension. As with the 1978-1979 Bronco, the back pivot is a leaf-sprung Ford 9-inch hub. 
Just because since 1977, the Ford Bronco accompanied an inline-six motor as standard; the 4.9L 300 I6 was accessible exclusively with a manual transmission. The 400 V8 was stopped, with the 351M having its spot and the 302 V8 making its return as the base-hardware V8. The 351 Windsor made its presentation in the Bronco as it supplanted the 351M in 1982; increasing a 210 hp "high-yield" variant in 1984. In 1985, the 5.0L V8 (302) saw its carburetor supplanted by a multiport electronic fuel-infusion framework, ascending to 190 hp (the standard 156 hp 5.8L V8 was ended for 1986). 
Similarly as with its 1978-1979 antecedent, the 1980-1986 Bronco shares a lot of its outside sheetmetal with the F-Series pickup line, with similar parts from the entryways forward. In light of a plan proposition initially utilized in the advancement of the past age Bronco, the B-mainstay of the roofline was altered somewhat to deliver an improved seal for the hardtop. Preceding 1984, the hardtop included sliding window glass as a choice. 
For 1982, the Ford Bronco considered a to be facelift as it embraced Ford's blue oval seal, replacing "F-O-R-D" lettering on the hood, and the mustang horse was eliminated from the bumper images. 

The 1980-1986 Bronco embraced similar trim levels as the Ford F-Series pickups. Following the presentation of the Ford Ranger minimized pickup, the Bronco embraced Bronco (base, supplanting Custom), Bronco XL, and Bronco XLT. 
In 1985, Ford included an Eddie Bauer trim bundle for the Bronco. Highlighting a shading keyed two-tone outside, the trim bundle included an outside themed inside.