This is a very rare 1994 Banks Turbo Diesel Ford Centurion Bronco. I acquired this vehicle from the daughter of the original owner. It was a California truck with no rust and mechanically had no issues. It was originally green on the exterior, I had it painted one of the new Ford blue colors from their new F150 color palette. It has three rows of seating, the third row folds down into a small bed. For the year and the fact that it is diesel, the mileage is not much. The engine purrs and sounds great. It is the venerable power stroke diesel engine that Ford no longer makes. I am not sure how many of these trucks were made with the diesel option, but I do not think it was very many, most were gas. The four wheel drive works great and this thing is pretty much unstoppable. We have taken very good care of her and she has not been a daily driver, but only used for family vacations. There are four small holes on the rear quarter panel and tailgate where the bolts for the spare tire carrier were. I took it off as it was a pain to open it every time I had to open the rear tailgate. I still have it if the new owner wants it. Also, when shifting from first to second, you can feel it. I had the transmission looked at and the mechanic said it was normal for the turbo to give that kind of boost on the shift. Thats as far a I investigated it and it has not been an issue.
We have really enjoyed this vehicle, but I have another vehicle I am ready to start on and not enough room in the warehouse for everything.
VIN - 1FTJW36K7REA12692