The angry bits include a 302-cubic-inch V8 transplanted with Fitech fuel injection and an MSD ignition kit. There’s a cutoff switch for the Optima battery, too. Bilstein dampers provide some lifted room for the 17-inch Method Wheels and 35-inch BFG tires turned by Borgerson power steering in front. New headlights, KC spotlights, and Wilwood front brakes will help avoid obstacles on the trail, rock rails will keep the body mostly fine when obstacles are unavoidable. If it all goes bad, there’s a half roll cage over the rear quarters.
Speaking of the body, it’s been gone over and cleared of rust. However, Button’s only had the Bronco four years and has receipts for his tenure, but no record of the rig’s history before that. The odometer, for instance, reads 168 miles. The bidding is up to just over $50,000 at the time of writing, anyone sincerely trying to win should expect to pay a lot more.