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This 1972 Ford Ranchero takes what is arguably one of Ford's best designs ever and adds even more appeal with upgrades like glossy custom paint and extra power to the V8. So that makes for something absolutely awesome offered for an absolutely affordable price.
The Ranchero has the good looks of Ford's Torino, but just in a rarer and more useful package. After all, that's why there's liner paint in the truck bed. But what really attracted you were the sporty lines. The profile has a muscular kick-up that starts in the door and flows all the way to the rear, and 1972 was the last year before the laws forced for to change the form-hugging design. The light brown paint keeps with the right '70s attitude, but it's a later upgraded with plenty of gloss and shine. And we really like this Ranchero's intimidation factor. The huge grille looks like it wants to consume lesser cars, and the hood scoop only amplifies this attitude. In fact, someone really understood this Ranchero's sporty and shiny personality, and that's why it has been upgraded with newer 15-inch alloys.
Black interiors always have a good appeal. You can even see there have been more recent investment in places like the smooth dash pad. And fundamentals like the carpeting, door panels, and headliner remain looking nice. The value price leaves room in your budget to choose the upgrades you want, like a full stereo system or air conditioning. But what's great is that it already comes with all the driver-focused features you really want. This includes the Procar high-back bucket seats, a three-spoke sports steering wheel, and the sporty full round gauge panel has already been upgraded with a tach.
Under the hood is Ford's hardy 351 cubic-inch Cleveland V8. It has a nice Edelbrock upgrade suite with the four-barrel carburetor, intake, and air grabber. Plus, you also have electronic ignition and upgraded coil. That means you have a strong and well-performing power package. And the glasspack-style dual exhaust exists the side with a muscular tune. A desirable Ford C6 three-speed automatic transmission feeds a stout 9-inch rear end. You also have power steering, power brakes w/front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As to keep this a solid-driving classic.
This Ranchero is the one with the looks, power, and price you can't resist. So don't delay, call today!
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