1969 Ford Bronco Supercharged Coyote 5.0 is Brilliant


If you have been following the 2020 Ford Bronco buzz you will understand that there are a lot of people itching to get their hands on the 2020 model Ford has announced.  The facts are the 2020 Ford Bronco will most likely not hit showrooms until late 2020.  If you just can’t wait, we found a pretty amazing alternative that could hold you over in the meantime.

1969 ford bronco supercharged
Photo Courtesy of Velocity Restorations

Velocity Restorations has brought a resto-mod version of the classic Bronco back to life and they have done it with amazing aesthetics and a boatload of more power than the original.

The 1969 classic starts off with an impressive late-model power plant that features a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 crate engine.  All 8 cylinders are then pushed to their max by a Whipple 2.9L supercharger that drives all four axles with a 6-speed 6R80 transmission.

Photo Courtesy of Velocity Restorations

If horsepower is not the most important thing to you, don’t worry.  You will be able to turn plenty of heads with the custom blacked out bumpers, PPG custom paint, Method Wheels, Grabber tires, LED headlights, high-end leather with heated and cooled seats, and much more.

Photo Courtesy of Velocity Restorations

Here is a complete list Velocity Restorations has on their website.

Drive Train

  • Ford 5.0 Coyote Engine
  • 2.9L Whipple Supercharger
  • 6-Speed Raptor Transmission
  • Atlas Transfer Case
  • Velocity Exclusive Serpentine System
  • 3” Performance Exhaust


  • PPG Custom Paint
  • Velocity Exclusive Bumpers
  • JW Speaker LED Headlights
  • VR Exclusive Billet Headlight and Taillight Bezels
  • Method Wheels
  • 295x70x17 Grabber Tires
  • One-Piece Power Windows
  • Flush Mounted Glass


  • Italian Distressed Leather with Diamond Stitching
  • Heated and Cooled Seats
  • Velocity Exclusive Panels with LED Illumination
  • Dakota Digital Gauge
  • Pioneer Digital Head Unit
  • Kicker Sound System
  • Vintage Air A/C System
  • Ididit Tilt Steering Column


  • Velocity Exclusive Stainless Steel Fuel Tank
  • 2.5” Suspension lift
  • Dana 44 Front Axle
  • Ford 9” Rear Axle
  • T-Rex Radius Arms
  • New Ford Licensed Chassis
  • 4-Wheel Wilwood Disc Brakes
  • Hydroboost Assisted Brakes
  • Front and Rear Sway Bars
  • Powder Coated Chassis

Add on Accessories

  • Synchronized Dual Wipers
  • Twin Stick 4WD Shifter
  • Power AMP Retracting Steps
  • 6-Point Roll Cage with Frame Tie-ins and LED Dome Lights

For more information on the 1969 classic visit https://www.velocityrestorations.com

Waiting for the 2020 Ford Bronco?  Contact Lasco Ford in Fenton, MI today and start the conversation on when you will be able to buy yours.