This Restored 1966 F-100 Ranger is Grandpa Approved

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Let’s face it – beige is boring.  There’s nothing more uninspiring than tan, sandy looking colors that make you want to fall asleep just looking at them.  Seen on cookie cutter houses and Toyota Camrys all across our great nation, they are the colors that are guaranteed not to offend your grandparents.

But don’t let the lack of pop on this 1966 F-100 make you pass it by.  Because what lurks underneath the boring (but very nice) tan and white paint scheme is a beautiful truck in amazing condition.  To top it all off, not a whole lot of Ranger trim ’66 F-100s were built, making this a relatively rare sight.

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This particular truck has been professionally restored and graded.  It’s impeccably clean inside and out, with the paperwork to prove it.  Overall, this ’66 is one of the nicer ones we’ve seen anywhere.  Despite the boring paint scheme.

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While most people prefer a blazing red or bright blue on their trucks, there’s something to be said for a more understated look.  You might not attract as much attention on the streets or at car shows, but you can rest assured that your truck is unique.  Plus, your grandfather is sure to approve.  And isn’t that worth something?

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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