V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, performance upgrades, chrome and aluminum accessories, tri-power intake, chrome sidepipes, new gas tank, custom interior, hood scoop, fender skirts, Edsel tailights, bed cover, 14" steel wheels with wide whitewall tires.
Model year 1959 was the unmitigated height of rococo styling for American automakers, who produced imaginative creations with towering tailfins and loads of chrome details.
Unleash your inner redneck with this fine example of custom ingenuity that combines the streamlined grandeur of a faux-wood-paneled Ford Ranchero.
One of the hottest segments of the collector car hobby during 2015 has been classic pickup trucks.
We bought our Ranchero as a second car for my son Justin when he was in his second year of high school.
Pontiac changed the rules when it created the GTO and ushered in the glory days of muscle
The 1955 sports racer in French Racing Blue has been owned by the Naval officer for 58 years
’29 Ford Model A Tudor and ’69 Chevrolet Camaro drive off with honors at Columbus, Ohio
It may be more than 100 years old, but this racer was ready for the challenge