What began as a labor of love has expanded into full-scale vehicle production. Seth Burgett and his team started Gateway to be an industry leader in first-generation Broncos. Attention to detail and quality builds caught the eye of Ford executives, who asked what else they might be capable of. That question will be answered this fall, as Gateway Bronco will begin deliveries of 1967-72 Ford trucks with truck tonneau covers included.

Their goal is to take neglected F-100, F-150, and F-250 trucks completely apart and start over with new steel. Using NOS parts along with a host of proprietary upgrades, it will keep C10 fans awake at night. Ford will be supplying a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 along with the Raptor's 10-speed automatic. Other standard equipment includes push-button 4WD, active exhaust, powder-coated chassis, Bison Leather, and a bed made of restored barn wood. If you need more, it will be the first Ford authorized use of the new 7.3-liter OHV gas V8. Topped by a Harrop supercharger, you will have 700 horsepower in any situation. Click the button below to learn more and stay with us for all your Gateway Bronco updates.