The Bronco debuted in 1966 as Ford’s first compact SUV. It was simple. All glass was flat and the left and right door skins were identical—only the mounting holes were different. An able platform for hunters and adventures alike, the early Bronco, with its short, 92-inch wheelbase, performed well on America's backroads and trails. It even went racing, competing in the Mexican 1000 (the precursor to the Baja 1000). These days old Broncos are well-loved, elder statesmen of the off-road and overlanding communities.The Shirt:
The shirts are soft, high-quality, pre-shrunk, 100% combed, ring-spun cotton. They're form-fitting and will maintain they're shape after washing. Care:
Washing in cold. Dry low. Use non-chlorine bleach, only when necessary. No fabric softeners. Do not dry clean.