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1970 Ranchero GT 429 Specs, Dims, Tyres etc...

Hi all,

I am doing research for a computer game we are making here in the UK and wanted to know if any of you had the specification for a 1970 Ranchero GT 429? I am especially interested in the dimensions, weight, wheel size, tyre size, 0-60, top speed, redline, gear ratios etc.

Whilst I am here I am also looking for the above info on the following cars:


1940 Ford Pickup 1/2 Ton
1971 Ford Bronco 302 V8
2002 Ford Ranger SVT Lightning Bolt Concept
2004 Ford SVT Lightning Concept Truck
2004 Ford F-150 Lightning
2005 Ford Ranger FX4 Level II
2005 Ford F-150 FX4


If you don't know what might be helpful is directions to a website that might.


Many thanks for your time and I llok forward to your replies (if I get any).


Best regards
Alan

www.eutechnyx.com
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1970 Ranchero GT:
Shipping wt is 3445lbs, redline about 6500rpm. Two 429's were offered, one was 320hp at 4400rpm, 460lbs/tq at 2200rpm. The other was 370hp at 5400rpm, 450lbs/tq at 3400rpm. The ram-air 429 had similar numbers to the second.
1940 Half ton 01C pickup:
Shipping wt is 2737lbs, redline about 4k. 85hp at 3800rpm, 155lbs/tq at 2200rpm
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