With a Minuet the towing capacity should not be the issue, but wheelbase will be. The issue is that when, not if, the trailer begins to wag (from a semi passing, or a rapid avoidance of the wayward deer) the tow vehicle may not have the ability to regain control of the total rig.
The best way to describe this is that when the trailer heads right it will push the nose of the tow vehicle left, and the shorter the wheelbase the harder the shove. The driver will correct, but the correction will almost always be over correction and the whole thing will "sway or shove" the other way.
With a longer wheelbase the force required to "shove" the nose of the tow vehicle left or right increases due to the distances involved between the wheels of the tow vehicle. This makes the correction a more normal adjustment and the sway or "shove" is not as sever and can usually be handled with ease.
With all that being said:
I am not saying that you cannot tow with the beloved Bronco, I have seen it done. You just need to be sure you understand the phsyics involved in towing with said vehicle. I would also get a really good (Read expensive) sway controller to help to avoid the issue. Even if the guy at the RV place says "with that small of a trailer you don't need one" It is cheap insurance. I would also be sure to address the loose front end you mentioned in another post, as having to correct left/right right/left causes the trailer to wag back and forth and can start the cycle that can cause loss of control.
I am not trying to bring you down, I just want to speak to the saftey issue as the forum HATES to see pretty trailers with dents in them from something that was avoidable!
Keep us posted