Like Jeep, Ford has revived a handful of classic, enthusiast-minded nameplates in recent years starting with the Ranger pickup truck and, soon, the Bronco. Ford has already announced plans and released teasers for a next-gen Bronco, and unlike the new Chevy Blazer, Ford's revived nameplate is expected to carry over the ruggedness and off-road capability of its predecessors. The first two generations of the Ford Bronco remain extremely popular among off-road enthusiasts, and the first generation (1966 to 1977) continues to increase in price and popularity. And that includes companies such as Gateway Bronco that specializes in classic Bronco restorations.

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