United Pacific Industries has expanded its offerings for the 1966 to 1977 Ford Bronco with three new replacement part products.
New, die-stamped steel door shells have undergone extensive research, development and testing to ensure an absolutely perfect fit. The shells, part number 110370 for the passenger’s side, and 110371 for the driver’s side, feature all of the original contour detailing.
The company has also announced the release of a new firewall kit. The part, number 110535, is comprised of high-quality steel and includes all of the original 1966 contour details and cutouts. All of the parts are coated with weldable primer and are ready to be welded prior to install.
Included in the kit is everything needed to assemble the Bronco’s firewall: left and right kick panels, left and right dash panels, upper and lower dash panel and a cowl lower panel.
UPI’s final new offering is number 110369, a pre-assembled version of the firewall kit. A ready-to-install 1966 to 1977 Ford Bronco assembly with die-stamped, high-quality steel, and weldable primer coating, the assembly features the original 1966 contour details and cutouts. The kit comes pre-assembled as a replacement unit, allowing the user to simply drop the firewall into the restoration.
“The founder of United Pacific Industries was a passionate hot-rodder who decided to offer high-quality parts that restorers need to rebuild their classic vehicles. We save our customers time and effort because they don’t have to search through junkyards or worry about rusted parts,” remarks Jai Baek, Marketing and Creative Director for United Pacific Industries. “Our 1966 to 1977 Ford Bronco parts are easy to install and fit as exact replacement parts. We’ve removed the frustration from the restoration process with our products.”
For more info, visit United Pacific Industries.