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Old 03-01-2010, 02:21 PM
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Sorry Don, I know you were looking for a Fairlane, how about one of these.1968 Ford Ranchero
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I've got enough 2 seaters, thats why I want a Fairlane 2d/ht. I want something the wife and I can take the grandkids in. Nice project for somebody tho. Good price also! Now if it was a "57" I might have a problem..........................
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I know it is a good price, but I allready have a 67 in the bad of my shop that belongs to Allen Jr, so I don't need anymore myself.
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Sorry Don, I know you were looking for a Fairlane, how about one of these.1968 Ford Ranchero
No side mouldings, so...this is prolly a "plain jane" Ranchero, body style 66A.

There was also a Ranchero 500 (body style 66B) with side mouldings, and a Ranchero GT (body style 66D). The GT had tape stripes in lieu of side mouldings.
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Welcome to Oregon Bill!
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I just thought y'all would like to know what '68 model Ranchero this mangy old rolling pile of miseries is.

btw: I also prefer the 1957's. Had one in the 1970's, restored it...then sold it to actress Melissa Gilbert, who proceeded to run it into the ground.

It's still around and has been restored again.

Ranchero's are very prone to rust, even in dry desert states. Underneath the bed floor is the station wagon's floor pan, which includes the 2nd seat foot wells, and the spare tire well.

Since Ford used CAULKING between the bed floor and the inner bed panels, water eventually begins to seep in, once the caulking 'goes away.'

Gotta look close when buying one a these, cuz there's so many hidden places rust can develop.

For one thing...the spare tire well fills with water and rusts out. When this occurs, the fuel tank can fall out on the road, cuz it's mounted below the spare tire well.

Not pleasant!
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I had a 57 and a 58 in highschool in Tacoma Wa, and your correct about the damn thing leaking, and that was back in "64"! I've been trying to find one here in the Eastern Oregon desert that might be OK, but so far nothing.................
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Don is this what your looking for
1964 Fairlane
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Nope..............Looking for a 66 or 67 2 door hardtop, but thanks for thinking of me!

This is what I'm looking for:
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there is a guy running around here with a 66 galaxy 500 for sale. I think he wants 2500 for it.

Want me to grab the number next time I see it?
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No thanks. I want a Fairlane not a galaxy.............
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A friend of mine has one that looks just like that in Medford. I don't think there is any way he would sell it though. His grandmother bought it new and hardly drove it....that thing is CLEAN.

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This is what I'm looking for:
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That 66 Fairlane that I sent the pictures to you is still for sale, he is still asking like $3000 with the trailer that it is sitting on. He has a 66 F100 crewcab sitting there also for sale, afraid to ask what he wants for it.
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That 66 Fairlane that I sent the pictures to you is still for sale, he is still asking like $3000 with the trailer that it is sitting on. He has a 66 F100 crewcab sitting there also for sale, afraid to ask what he wants for it.
3 grand is a little more for what I'm looking for ( basicly a shell) and I don't need another trailer. I have 2 already.............
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Don, how about this one?

67 Fairlane 500
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