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Hi guys i just got a 1977 Ranchero and i can't find any info about them. I will be making this my summer car since well its really cool. what i can tell you is that its green has a C6 a 351(not orig engine) and it has a 351M in the bed and I think its Orig because it has 1977 on the side of it. What is the wheel bolt pattern what are the options in these trucks were can i buy parts yadayadayda any help would be very helpful thanks
www.blueoval6079.com sells new and used parts from parted out cars.
www.dearbornclassic.com is good for factory equipment. If you want it to be all original.
www.rockauto.com has just about everything for the car. from restoral to maintenance. spark plugs, door handles...it's a massive catalog online, broken down in sections (engine, A/C, interior).
racingparts.streetracingshop.com I just found this site, but it's got a lot of custom things. air bag suspensions, brake upgrades... I havent really looked at it much. you have to hit "include uncommon models" in your search
And of course...Ebay
I went the custom route with mine. Built my own engine, put my own tranny in there, changed the gears. I've got a brand new drive train, and it's all universal applications that you can get from any good garage, or parts supplier (performance automotive warehouse). I've got seats from a crysler 300m, Serpentine belt/pullies and alternator off a mustang, electric fan. Lug pattern is 5x4.5. And you can get a 9" wide rim on there. I've got 17x8 cragars (for sale), and want to go wider. But it's all a matter of personal preference, I wanted a street rod. It's faster and more comfortable...plus it looks sweet. So put you own ideas into it...or make it look like a Ranchero that came off the showroom flow. Good luck
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