A Ford Bronco is my dream car because I’m rural trash. I’ve always seen Broncos as sort of a working man’s SUV — and also, the perfect getaway car — but as Eddie Kim explains, they’ve had some hip clout for years now. That said, the fact that people will spend upwards of 200k on beefed-up vintage versions doesn’t make a lick of sense. An old Bronco should cost $2,300, be lined in a thin layer of rolling tobacco and have a Ratt cassette stuck in the player.
That’s one woman’s opinion, anyway.