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Old 12-11-2004, 12:30 PM
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hi all! long time lurker and first time member and poster. after lusting after early rancheros for about 20 years i've decided to get serious about finding one. i'd like to do a drive train and suspension swap using a 302/automatic tranny and disc brake/rack and pinion front suspension and an lsd disk brake rear axle. i like the earlier body style but have been told that the 64-65 is an easier swap. any advice from personal experience would be appreciated. thanks.
frank
p.s. anyone bringing there ranchero to the Ford and Mustang Roundup in silver springs,fl in january?
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