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Old 08-07-2014, 08:13 PM
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1963 Ranchero

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Just bought this one.....lowered like a slot car and running a 6
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Scf100, nice looking ranchero. I had a slammed '65 falcon years ago in that color.
Any idea where to get deep stock looking wheels like the ones on there, thx. Later.
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This is my 1963 last may when I picked it up in Golden Valley Arizona.
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Old 04-23-2015, 08:33 AM
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Scf100, nice looking ranchero. I had a slammed '65 falcon years ago in that color.
Any idea where to get deep stock looking wheels like the ones on there, thx. Later.
Th e PO installed wheels so not sure.....there look like 13 by 7?......
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My '66

I have been playing with this one owner truck since last October. It sat in his barn for over 35 years. Has a late 70's refresh but is mostly original with 60k miles.

I have been replacing hoses, belts, tires, shocks, battery, window rubbers, rebuilt doors, etc.

It runs great and has become my weekend run around car.

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how about a PSD powered '63?

dont worry, it was either junk it or put it on a frame, the front was rusted beyond repair.

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and my old 62.

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Old 04-29-2015, 12:07 AM
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Beautiful Econoline!

Can we get an under-hood shot of a PSD in a Ranchero? haha
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Beautiful Econoline!

Can we get an under-hood shot of a PSD in a Ranchero? haha

no sir! but you can get a shot with the hood off...
will that work?

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Old 04-29-2015, 11:25 PM
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That's quite the engineering feat, how much did you have to recess the firewall?
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My 63 Econoline. 302, C4 with slapstick, 9" 3.89 locker, hurst pie-cuts. Anyone know of a hitch that'll bolt up? I'm buying a '59 batwinged boat that would look nice behind my beast
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That's quite the engineering feat, how much did you have to recess the firewall?
ill answer that after i get the firewall back in lol
looks like 6-7".
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Old 05-01-2015, 06:19 PM
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That's gotta make for a Loud interior volume. haha
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