My bucket list is pretty short. Honestly, buying this Ford Bronco was definitely a scratch off of the bucket list.
Jason Oppenheim is a real estate magnate on the West Coast. From Hollywood Hills to the beaches of Malibu, hear his story, and the story of his 1966 Classic Ford Bronco in this month’s Bronco Biography
Jason Oppenheim is the principal with The Oppenheim Group, the dominant real estate brokerage in the Hollywood Hills & Sunset Strip. With formal background as a trial lawyer, his law degree from UC Berkeley, we were curious how a former lawyer ended up as a Bronco driving real estate entrepreneur.
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“For me, residential real estate is the most interesting and exciting thing I’ve ever experienced, it’s in my blood and has been a passion of mine since I was a child.” Oppenheim recounted. “I’ve always enjoyed not just the physical properties themselves, but the design, architecture, business, geography, and nuances that make one property more desirable than another.
With such an exceptional eye for detail, Bryan Rood, the owner of Classic Ford Broncos knew that partnering with Jason was a perfect fit for a build of a 1966 Ford Bronco Coyote Restoration.“We aren’t ‘loud’ about the Broncos we build here at Classic Ford Broncos.” Noted Bryan. “I’m an avid believer that our quality and experience attract a certain buyer, and we spend our time focusing on our relationships with those clients and the quality of their builds. Jason’s eye for detail and expectation of perfection was perfectly in line with who we are, and as always, the end product speaks for itself.”
I’ve wanted a Bronco since I was 15, I saw a red Bronco and I thought it was the coolest thing I’d ever seen.
Jason was adamant about owning a first-year Ford Bronco, so that’s exactly what Classic Ford Broncos built. No replicas here, the donor truck was an original 1966 Ford Bronco that underwent the exceptional but “standard” process of full frame off restoration and conversion to a Coyote Drivetrain at the Classic Ford Broncos production facility located just outside of Columbus, Ohio.