2009 Formula 1 World Champion Jenson Button parted ways with his 1970 Ford Bronco Restomod.
The British racing driver currently lives in Los Angeles and here the Bronco was up for sale. He’s owned it for four years, but since it only had 170 miles (273 km) on the clock, he was clearly not been driving that much.
The Bronco’s exterior is decorated in a shade of dark blue contrasting with the red accents around the grille, front tow hooks, and the large Ford logo. It is also equipped with gloss black wheel arch extensions, upgraded sport headlights and new KC driving lights.
Furthermore, the Bronco sits on 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 35-inch BFGoodrich tires. The suspension has also been raised and the Bronco is equipped with Bilstein shock absorbers and upgraded Wilwood brakes.
A look inside the cabin reveals cream leather with period-appropriate seating, a black-lacquered half-cage, lightweight roof frame, and a soft bimini roof. It also has a Borgeson power steering rack and polished steering column, plus a wood-framed steering wheel, Kenwood stereo, and push-button start.
Under the Ford’s hood is a compact 4.9-liter V8 that drives all four wheels through a three-speed automatic transmission.
Collecting Cars List states that the Bronco has not been involved in any accidents but states that the paint has some minor dents and dents.