Here’s your basic ’66 U-130 Bronco Roadster in original unrestored condition and showing only 30,000 miles. Tim Hulick owns this time machine, and he is known as being one of the top experts on the first years of the Bronco, the Roadsters in particular. Built in September 1965, this is one of the earliest Broncos still in existence. Base price for this rig was $2,404. This one has a few extras, including the Custom Equipment Package, optional soft top, bucket seats, rear seat, deluxe heater, and manual locking Warn hubs. The hubcaps you see came with the Custom Equipment Package and were among many ’66-only items. They are now very rare. The base roadster was light—only about 2,900 pounds.