It’s no secret actor and comedian Kevin Hart is a car enthusiast. Just take a look at his collection full of supercars and classics, from a Ferrari 488 GTB and Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS Black Edition with the iconic gullwing doors to a custom Ford Mustang GT500E and a 1966 Pontiac GTO.
And we can’t forget about the 1959 Chevrolet Corvette resto-mod he purchased at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale 2021 auction for a hefty price tag of $825,000.
Hart is returning to Barrett-Jackson at its Las Vegas event June 17-19 but this time as a seller, not just a buyer. He’ll be auctioning off his custom 1977 Ford Bronco 4×4 once featured on an episode of Jay Leno’s Garage.
No corner has been left untouched on Hart’s custom-built off-roader. The bright red exterior features, including the LED headlights, billet window cranks, door handles, rear view and side mirrors, fender flares and Bronco Sport emblems have all been covered in black for a more rugged look.
“The aftermarket bumpers are outfitted with black tow hooks, trailer hitch receiver, heavy-duty 9,500-pound Warn winch and two Rigid LED pods in the front and one in the rear,” Barrett-Jackson states in the Bronco’s auction listing.
The interior, enclosed by a body-matching roll cage, features custom reclining front bucket seats with a bench seat in the back. All seats, door panels, dash and roll bar pads are upholstered in black leather and accented with red stitching.
The dash houses an AutoMeter LED speedometer and custom console with a Lokar shifter, LED rocker switched and AutoMeter gauges.
A Bluetooth/USB/Pandora Kenwood head unit sits in the center console and is connected to four JL Audio speakers and a 10-inch subwoofer.
Under the hood is an “updated 5.0-liter fuel-injected 302cid V8 with a GT40 upper and lower intake manifold, mated to a three-speed automatic transmission and a Dana twin-stick transfer case,” the listing notes.
“Fuel and air combustion is aided by a crane electronic ignition powered by an Optima battery hidden under the passenger seat, while spent combustion exits through an Ardent Performance custom exhaust featuring MagnaFlow mufflers offering a perfect throttle rumble.”
Ready to take on any adventure, the Bronco is fitted with a new suspension package, including a lift kit, King coilover shocks and 35-inch Nitto Trail Grappler M/T tires on 17-inch Fuel wheels.
Hart’s Bronco is offered at no reserve, as are all the offerings at the Barrett-Jackson sale.
To learn more about Hart’s Bronco, visit its auction listing on Barrett-Jackson’s website.
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