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Old 04-16-2012, 10:43 AM
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where to get parts??????

so im noticeing that not too many places even know what a ranchero is......

i know alot of torino parts are the same..

so are there any good parts houses that have ranchero stuff and arent going to blast the safe?
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Old 04-16-2012, 12:46 PM
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I've used Dearborn Classics before. They cover the '67-79' becauses they do share so much with the Fairlane.
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Dearborn classics for financially stable (scrap yard for restoration)

Dearborn for parts... Prices will be higher on there for certain things you need.

Anything under the hood though can almost practically be found at autozone, oriely, napa...

On the other hand, They do not work well when it comes to certain things like bumpers... door handles and that stuff and what not.

If your financially well, go for dearborn.... if Not go to scrap yards... and restore things.

things like the rear bumper you will not find for 75-79 A rear bumper is a Merical to find in mint.

Keep your eyes on ebay too you can find good deals.
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what year rancher?
up to 65 falcon part were the same as the ranchers.
66 to 69 i think were fairlane, and around 70 or so the rancher went to the torino body
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its a '71.

really it doesn't need much short of a headgasket, paint job, matching wheels tires. but it could use door panels and some other little stuff.
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its a '71.

really it doesn't need much short of a headgasket, paint job, matching wheels tires. but it could use door panels and some other little stuff.
One tip from a ford user to another, someone quoted "Go to lowes make your own door panels" you will save a lot
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what year rancher? up to 65 falcon part were the same as the ranchers. 66 to 69 i think were fairlane, and around 70 or so the rancher went to the torino body.
1957/59 Full sized Ford / 1960/66 Falcon / 1967 Fairlane / 1968/71 Fairlane/Torino / 1972/76 Torino / 1977/79 LTD II.
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