The Ranchero presents well with the Sahara Beige exterior. When you look down the sides of the 66 you can see that all the gaps are correct and that it makes a good driver quality car. As you walk around the car and check out the bed you can see the Ranchero has been well preserved and maintained. The 302-cubic inch V8 engine was upgraded from the original 289-cubic inch V8 and paired with the C4 automatic transmission. Inside the Sahara Beige trim and parchment vinyl bucket seats and brown carpeting. The 66 has power steering with non functional air conditioning. The chrome and outside trim and tires are in very good shape.
Pick of the Day was “new ultimate” in personal pickup luxury
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.
Pick of the Day has been driven less than 51,000 miles since new
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