1964 Ford Ranchero, Restored completely. New high-performance 289 engine, Balanced/Blueprinted, 60 over TRW flat-top pistons, Crower solid lifter cam kit, (541 IN/521 EX) Ported and Polished iron cc high perf heads, screw-in studs with guide plates 202IN/160EX. Crane roller rocker arms. Polished steel eagle crank shaft, Holly 750 Carb, Weiland intake. New headman shorty headers with quiet Flowmaster exhaust. New C-4 trans with B&M shift kit, 3500 stall converter, B&M reverse-lockout ratchet shifter. New 9 inch rear end with locker 325 gears. New drive shaft with 1350 u joints. New CalTracs Traction bars. Borgenson power steering gearbox kit. 1967 Ford 4-piston power front disk brake system. New ford explorer rear disc brakes, New custom Interior with custom made console with Alpine MP3 bluetooth stereo. Custom made dash with complete Autometer gauge package. Custom tonneau cover and bed compartment. All-new tinted glass and vent windows. New front BF Goodrich advantage TA 185/65 R15 4 inch, new rear BF Goodrich radial TA P235/60 R15 7inch wheels.
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.
With a bespoke body by Vignale and raced by illustrious drivers, the 625 Targa Florio spider is valued in the mid-seven figures
Classic & Sports Car Show and Flywheel Festival scheduled for late June at Bicester Heritage
The Pick of the Day is a Paris show car once owned by the president of Argentina, and a past Pebble Beach Concours award winner