1957 Ford Ranchero...runs And Drives Great!!!! on 2040-cars
Anderson, Indiana, United States
1957 Ford Ranchero
This Ranchero has plenty of power, runs and drives great. Believe it to have 302 Mustang motor and automatic transmission. Looks like it has new paint. Did notice some body filler on both rockers. It has some rust on passenger side floor pan. Frame looks good. Bumpers are getting a little dull with a few dings. All the glass is in good condition. It was a factory stick car, clutch petal attached to the car. Has good tires all the way around. Blue dot taillights. Interior is in good shape. Vehicle has an Indiana VIN# on it.
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Auto blogTue, 18 Feb 2014
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