1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition
1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition
- Oregon Truck
- Blue and Tan
- Power Rear Window
- Rear Spare Tire
- Clean Example
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“Riding out in style.” – Ford Bronco: A History of Ford's Legendary 4x4, Todd Zuercher.
Ford.com describes the last of the big Broncos: “In addition to its several key safety innovations, the fifth (and final, for years to come) generation of Bronco was famously easy on the eyes. This latecomer to the fold featured a more aerodynamic design, plus a host of other stylish updates, both inside and out. Dubbed the 'Original Body Style (OBS)' by Bronco insiders, Generation 5 boasted cleaner lines—particularly on the front end—than earlier series. Designers further enhanced the aerodynamics, which included streamlined exterior mirrors. Accentuating its fresh profile, Bronco came with an exciting, new collection of paint colors and combinations—rumored to be some of the most stunning of its 30-year run.”
Offered here is a 1994 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition in Royal Blue metallic over tan with an ivory fiberglass roof. Long owned in Oregon, the SUV's odometer shows 167,705 miles, approximately 6,200 miles per-year since new. The Bronco's overall condition inside and out is very clean for its age. Proper servicing through the years and owner pride account for its impressive, well-preserved state.
The Bronco's original, factory-applied Royal Blue metallic paint—and its lower-body tan paint, ivory-color fiberglass roof, and bodyside pinstripe—show well with no significant damage. (There are surface areas with light patina, and the hood has experienced some fading and clearcoat delamination on the driver's side.) The rich dark-blue-and-tan combination was among the most-favored color choices of the five offered in the Eddie Bauer optional trim package. (To best assess the quality of the paint and trim finishes, be sure to view the close-up photographs of the car in the accompanying gallery.) Body-panel fit is straight and at or above factory specifications. The accident-free Carfax is borne out by the absence of any evidence of body-panel damage. Chrome trim—including the desirable, last-of-the-big-Broncos grille, as well as bumpers, and side-view mirrors—remains in excellent condition, with the door handles showing light patina from normal use. The brushed-metal trim piece on the tailgate is free of dents or dings often seen. The spare tire is mounted on a swing-away rear carrier. Ford-oval emblems fore and aft remain mounted, as do “Bronco Eddie Bauer” front-fender emblems. Cabin glass and lighting lenses are clear and free of cracks. The Bronco has been slightly lifted. Factory-style, 8-hole chrome wheels (with “4x4” center caps) are mounted with newer oversize Maxxis® Razr MT all-terrrain tires.
Inside, the tan interior shows similarly well. Styled door trim, including the lower carped surfaces, is free of unusual wear. Tan cabin and cargo-area carpeting is in generally well-maintained condition (with soiling noted in the rear-seat area), as is the original leather upholstery on the front bucket seats with armrests (and Eddie Bauer® logos embroidered on the front-seat headrests). The removable, foldable rear bench leather shows some compression indentations from being folded. Front seat cushions appear to be replacements, and the driver's seat back shows wear from regular use. The black steering wheel (with driver's airbag) frames a complete analog instrument cluster (including tachometer, part of the Eddie Bauer package) with push-button controls for the power tailgate window. The shift lever for the automatic transmission is column-mounted and 4-wheel-drive is engaged electronically via a button on the dash. Options include power side windows, cruise control, power door locks, power steering, and power brakes. A Kenwood® audio head unit is mounted in the factory-radio location, with HVAC controls below. Brushed-metal Eddie Bauer trim adds distinctiveness to the dashboard. A deep storage box is located between the front seats.
Under the hood, the 5.8-liter, fuel-injected V8 is properly in place sending power through an automatic 4-speed-with-overdrive transmission to the rear wheels, or all four wheels via the electronically operated transfer case. The engine bay is orderly with all components—including air conditioning—properly in place. Viewed from below, the chassis is straight, complete, and undamaged. The center-differential protective plate remains mounted as it should be. Expected light surface rust consistent with mileage is present on some untreated metal.
The Bronco's factory-applied build-data and identification tags remain in place.
While the more than 135 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '94 Bronco Eddie Bauer Edition in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.
Eddie Bauer and the Ford Bronco were a great pairing. Both brands were all about outdoor adventure. This well-kept Royal Blue metallic example is ready for many more adventures—on highways, trails, sand, snow, or deep-forest roads— in the hands of its new owner.