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Old 02-19-2008, 10:46 PM
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pictures of my 69 ford ranger

heres one but the rest are in my gallerie what do yall think i know shes not that purdy but its work in progress Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 02-20-2008, 04:35 AM
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i like your truck
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Looks nice great work in progress
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Looks like a TRUCK you can be proud of. I'm certainly proud of my truck and and its nowhere near as Prudy us yours. Enjoyed seeing it! Please keep us that are interested up to date.
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Very nice and I like it......Bill 71 longbed
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Sharp looking ride; shows that its been taking care of! Keep up the good work.. Do you plan on changing the steering column out as well? Just curious due to the floor mounted shifter.
Looks great...

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That is a nice clean looking truck. Keep adding more photos to your gallery as you work on it.
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customcab yes i do plan on changing the steering column, i think im going to get a ididit column and get power steering, i realy want/need power steering so thats next on my list well that and bbigger tires, and swaping the grill for a newer style
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Personally, I like the 1967-1969 grills the best! To each his own.
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Is that a Ranger grille? I think I see the badge but I don't see the red stripe.

I'd be interested in knowing what you would use to replace the grille. I have a 69 Custom 4x4 that needs a grille (I have a Ranger grille for it now) and have been wondering about alternatives.
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yes yellow it is a ranger but the red is faded and i want a newer grill from like a 70-72
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Trade ya. I got a really nice 72 grill that I'd swap for that old faded ranger grill.

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i would henry but my family owns alot of junk yerds here in mississippi and tn and they let me have just about anything, anybody thats lived in the tri state area like by memphis tn knows what worley auto parts is.
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I wish I had unlimited access to family owned salvage yards; there getting harder & harder to find; and much less costly.
I took the ranger emblem off my 68 and repainted it with some dark red rattle paint; the pics in my gallery was taken with the emblem off "plastic strip out" looks really good; now back installed.

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