When Ford unleashed its sixth-generation Bronco a few years back, it quickly became one of the hottest new vehicles in the gearhead universe—and we knew it was only a matter of time before the gang at Summit Racing got their hands on one.
And now, that time has come.
For its Ford Bronco build series, the Summit Racing folks are taking a stock 2022 Bronco and giving it some key upgrades to make it an even more versatile off-roader—and it’s staying street legal. Better yet, they’re doing it as an homage to the Mexican 1,000-winning 1969 Bronco driven by legendary racer Rod Hall.
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Just as we did with Summit Racing’s Jeep Wrangler project, we’re spinning up some Roy Rogers and Dale Evans to wish the Baja Bronco Happy Trails.
In this grand finale episode, the Summit Racing build crew recaps the stock 2022 Ford Bronco’s transformation into a throwback-styled homage to Rod Hall. You’ll get a good look at some of the key Bronco upgrades that were bolted-on during this Bronco build series, as well as a brief explanation why each part was used. You’ll get some history on Rod Hall and the Mexican 1,000 race, along with some insight into the early Ford Bronco too.
You can watch the final Baja Bronco episode below—and stay tuned, because we know the Summit Racing gang has a garage full of cool automotive projects coming soon.