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1970 Ranchero Project on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:0
Location:

Boise City, Oklahoma, United States

Boise City, Oklahoma, United States

 here we have a great project 1970 ranchero. i bought it a while back to save it from going to the crusher. the previous owner sent off for a lost title so there is a title to it. i havent done much to it other than put a set of plug wires and a fuel tank in it to get it running. the car does run verry smooth no misses ticks or knocks. transmission has shifted perfectly every time iv drove it around the ranch. i have done a little bit of work straightening some of the chrome trim. there is some rust in the bed and around the rear wheel wells. the hood will need replaced. i currently have the hood off of the car while i was working on getting it running. i will put the hood back on or you can haul it with the hood off. the interior is in pretty good shape other than the dash pad. the previous owner tryed to recover it themselves and it is not so great but could be fixed with a dash cap or new dash pad all together. i have a magazine that you can order all the oem factory replacement parts from that i will give you with the car. if you have any questions or want any specific pics dont be afraid to ask.

thanx for looking and happy bidding

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