In a short amount of time, we will come to the realization that this 1986 Ford Bronco is not some kind of disaster that is rolling through a junkyard; rather, it is the epitome of a sleeper. Except repairing the hood pins,

the outside of Ryan Hauf's SUV remains in its original condition. The car is able to blend in with its

surroundings because to its off-road tires and stock suspension setup. It is powered by a 7.3-liter twin-turbo Dart M-Block engine when it is equipped with a

Under the hood is where you'll find the Holley electronic fuel injection system, in addition to other components. The remainder of the vehicle, including the interior, which does include a digital dashboard, has not been altered

in any way, despite the fact that multiple updates have been made. 750 pound-feet of torque, all-wheel drive, and a number of other features In addition to having a three-speed transmission, it has the potential to be able to compete in the future drag

race. The aerodynamic profile of the vehicle and its weight of 4,700 pounds will surely be a disadvantage, especially in the case of the