1959 FORD RANCHERO. THIS CLASSIC RANCHERO HAS BEEN HIGHLY MODIFIED AND RESTORED. IT HAS A 390 STROKER (417FE) BUILT BY HAWAIIAN RACING WITH BALANCE AND BLUEPRINT. IT HAS EDELBROCK ALUMINUM HEADS WITH HYDRAULIC LIFTERS, COMP ROCKERS, EDELBROCK VICTOR MANIFOLD, AND A BARRY GRANT DEMON CARBURETOR. OTHER MODIFICATIONS INCLUDE AN ALUMINUM RADIATOR WITH ELECTRIC FAN, A RICHMOND 6 SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION, A MCLEOD CLUTCH, OVERSIZED DRIVESHAFT, A RON'S REAR END, 350 POSITRACTION, CURIE AXLE, A-ARM FRONT END WITH SPRINGS/SCREW JACKS AND SWAY BAR, RACING SHOCKS WITH WILDWOOD DISC BRAKES ON ALL FOUR CORNERS. ALL ASSEMBLED BY SPANGLER RACING. INTERIOR IS CAR SHOW QUALITY WITH A KENWOOD DNX6980 HEAD UNIT, DVD, HANDS FREE NAVIGATION, FOUR 10 INCH WOOFERS WITH TWO 6X9 FRONT KICKERS, ALL POWERED BY TWO JL AUUDIO AMPS. THIS VEHICLE IS BEING SOLD AS "TRUE MILES UNKNOWN".
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