Wrecked Damaged Salvage Repairable Project Supercab 4x2 Fixer That Runs & Drives on 2040-cars
Riverton, West Virginia, United States
Offered For Sale at No Reserve by TED DAVIS & SON REBUILDABLES LLC. (Ted & Seth Davis)
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Here we have a great little pickup project. It is a 2011 FORD RANGER SUPERCAB 4X2 with the base pkg and not many options except automatic trans and A/C.
It is damaged on the left front. It has some left frame rail damage. (see picture) The frame is bent in about 2 inches where the lower control arm mounts. We started to fix the truck but had no way of pulling this section out without a frame machine. We had already brought used suspension parts for it so we decided to weld a makeshift bracket (see picture) onto the frame so the lower control arm bolt could be installed and the truck could lot drive and be loaded onto a trailer or tow dolly easier.
NOTE: This is not a permanent fix and the truck is not safe for the road. We simply did this to make the truck drive and move around on it's own power. It will still need the frame repaired properly to be safe for the highway again.
The other parts it needs are the left front fender, front bumper, left head light, head light mounting panel, splash apron, left door edge and hood repairs, inner apron repairs, and the right door repaired. We also used the spare tire and rim on it so that will need replaced. The other 3 tires look almost new with great tread. All in all this is a pretty simple fix if you can pull the frame.
These are great little trucks for company use or parts chasing. They get decent fuel mileage and are very reliable. It is a shame Ford quit making them. We have seen these later model Rangers go over 300K with no problem.
This one has been used as a truck and as you can see they spilled some paint in the bed and it is a little dirty. We didn't do much to clean it up since we figured the next customer will probably use it for a work truck as well.
The pictures should show it well and we always describe exactly what we know but sometimes it is hard to see everything on a wrecked vehicle so if you have any questions, please give us a call at 304-567-2999 or e-mail us on the listing. Also you are more than welcome to come inspect it in person or have an outside source do it for you.
Thanks for looking at our listing and Good Luck bidding. Sincerely, Ted & Seth Davis
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