2004 Ford Ranger Xl Standard Cab Pickup 2-door 2.3l 25mpg No Reserve!!! on 2040-cars
Central, South Carolina, United States
Up for sale is this 2004 Ford Ranger XL Standard Cab Pickup 2-Door 2.3L/Automatic. I have had this truck for 1 year now and put about 10,000 miles on it, it would be a great first truck for anyone and gets amazing gas mileage at 25 miles per gallon. I have the clear title in hand and it is a South Carolina title. I bought a new F250 and selling this truck will allow me to put some goodies on it so it has to go.
It has a brand new vinyl floor from ACC (Auto Custom Carpets) and also a brand new rear window. I also painted the wheels and bumpers black. I have also added HID headlights as the factory lights were not bright at all.
The only things wrong with the truck is the body is about a 6 on a 10 scale, it does have some dents and dings in the body and the driver seat has a couple tears (see pictures). Also the transmission leaks a small amount of fluid and shifts a little hard in 3rd gear but I will say I have driven it for 10,000 miles and it hasn't gotten worse. As long as you keep the correct amount of fluid in the transmission it actually shifts fine.
This is a NO RESERVE auction meaning it will sell no matter what and the top bidder gets the truck!!!
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