Ford introduced the Ranger pickup in 1983 to compete with the Chevy
S-10. The first generation Ranger was a body-on frame design that
adopted many elements from the Ford F-150. This 1984 Ranger 4x4
regular cab is owned by NASCAR Champion Ricky Craven and has had a
partial restoration. The body was refinished in Light Desert Tan
and the bed w/sprayed liner has a custom tan vinyl tonneau cover.
The truck sits nice - raised, but not too much. Beautiful X-D
Series alloys mount Mastercraft Courser MXT off-road radials.
Inside, the vinyl interior is in very good condition and the dash
contains a full compliment of factory gauges (unfortunately the
fuel gauge is currently inop). Other features include an AM/FM
sound system, cruise control, tinted windows and a sliding rear
window. The cab is fitted with air conditioning, but it is
currently inop. Horsepower is provided by Ford's 2.8L V6 that has
never required a rebuild and runs well. It is backed by a 3-speed
automatic transmission and manual 4-WD transfer case. The chassis
features manual steering, disc/drum brakes and Auto-locking front
hubs. The Ranger is fitted with Ford's Twin I-Beam independent
front suspension and traditional rear leaf springs. This is a fun
ride that any Blue Oval fan will enjoy. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS
1984 Ford Ranger
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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