The ’66 Ford Bronco in the Royal Purple booth #23257 was built by Andy Leach of Cal Automotive Creations and is a top 21 finalist in the Battle of the Builders competition.
By SEMA News
Featured in the Royal Purple booth is a ’66 Ford Bronco built by Andy Leach of Cal Automotive Creations. It was revealed at a Tuesday press conference and was also a top 21 finalist in the SEMA Show Battle of the Builders competition.
The truck is powered by an X302 Ford Racing crate engine and Bowler 4R70W transmission. It features an Atlas 2 transfer case, 9-in. rearend and Dana 30 frontend. Bilstein provided the 7100 series reservoir shocks, while the chassis incorporates multi-link front suspension and leaf-spring rear suspension.
The custom body includes unique steed fender flares, a hood bulge and bumpers. The ride is lit with KC HiLites headlights and front-end rear fog lights, with body and paint by Adam Krause, owner of The Refinery. Method Race Wheels’ 17x9 beadlock wheels are paired with Toyo Open Country MT tires to finish off the ensemble.
Inside, a custom roll cage is outfitted by Recovery Room Hot Rod Interiors and with Boom Mat sound deadening. One-off Classic Instruments gauges can be found in the F-100 dash.
More information on the 2015 SEMA Batlle of the BUilders is available at www.semashow.com/botb.