1989 Ford Ranger Xlt, Drives And Runs Great! on 2040-cars
Roachdale, Indiana, United States
|- UP FOR SALE I HAVE A 1989 FORD RANGER XLT
- THE TRUCK STARTS UP AND DRIVES GREAT FOR THE SHAPE IT IS IN, THE MOTOR IS STILL RUNNING STRONG. EVEN AFTER MONTHS OF SITTING IT STARTED UP IN BELOW FREEZING TEMPS IN A FEW SECONDS!
- THE TIRES ARE IN GOOD SHAPE WITH NO PROBLEMS AND THE BREAKS WORK GREAT, YOU WILL NOT HAVE A PROBLEM DRIVING HOME. IT IS ONLY A 4 CYLINDER SO 70MPH IS ABOUT ITS TOP SPEED.
- THE TRUCK HAS PLENTY OF RUST AND ONE OF THE GAS TANK STRAPS IS BROKE SO HALF OF THE TANK IS HELD UP BY A RATCHET STRAP.
- THE FRONT WINDSHIELD HAS A FEW LONG CRACKS BUT I HAVE NOT HAD A PROBLEM WITH IT.
- IT HAS AN AFTERMARKET RADIO BUT ONLY THE PASSENGER SIDE SPEAKER WORKS, YOU CAN EVEN HOOK UP YOUR IPOD UP TO IT THROUGH THE AUX. OUTPUT.
- OVERALL THE TRUCK LOOKS ROUGH AND NEEDS SOME CARE AND MAINTENANCE BUT THE MOTOR IS STRONG ALONG WITH THE BREAKS AND TRANSMISSION, WOULD BE A GREAT FARM TRUCK OR SOMETHING TO PUT LIABILITY ON AND SAVE ON INSURANCE DRIVING TO WORK AND BACK.
- ANY QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO SHOOT ME A TEXT ANYTIME AT (765) 491- ONE EIGHT FOUR NINE
-THANK YOU FOR LOOKING, GOD BLESS AND SUPPORT THE TROOPS!
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Ask and you shall receive. Remember that previous report suggesting that the 2015 Ford Mustang getting a four-cylinder EcoBoost engine, and that it would be sold in Europe only and not the United States? Well, according to Road & Track, the rumor is only partially true - The Mustang will get the engine, but it is indeed coming to America.
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"I really think it's important that we all pull together. We really need to pull together around a compelling vision for our country and a comprehensive strategy to do it and work together. We really need to do it," Mulally said at the conference, according to The Detroit News.
He's since clarified by saying, "[I'm] honored at the suggestion, but that is not a role I am considering."