By SEMA Editors
The SEMA Cares ’66 Ford Bronco is now being auctioned off via Bring A Trailer with proceeds benefiting Childhelp.
The SEMA Cares ’66 Ford Bronco is now being auctioned off via Bring A Trailer. This year, WD-40—along with SEMA Cares and leading specialty-equipment manufacturers—collaborated to build a ’66 Bronco to commemorate the first year of its generation.
Built in the SEMA Garage, the WD-40/SEMA Cares Boosted Bronco originally debuted at the 2019 SEMA Show. The off-road classic is powered by a late-model twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 Ford EcoBoost engine, mated to a 6R80 six-speed transmission.
Additional upgrades include products manufactured by SEMA members, such as a Wilwood Engineering disc-brake conversion, upgraded front and rear axles by Currie Enterprises, a Skyjacker 5-in. suspension lift, Distinctive Industries custom interior, Solo Motorsports six-point roll cage and PPG Industries Deep Impact Blue color finish.
The overall goal was to maintain the original body with modern performance upgrades. The sale of this Bronco will benefit Childhelp—a nonprofit organization that provides critical services to abused, neglected and at-risk children.