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1997 Ford Ranger Ranch Truck #8094540 12/18/20 07:45 PM
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Two years ago, I bought a 1997 Ford Ranger with 230,000+ miles on it for the same purposes that you mentioned. All I've done to it is put new tires, I tuned it up, and put new headlights this season. It's a 3.0 6 cylinder and standard tranny. So far, it's been awesome. I added some high seats in the bed, and it gets the job done. My ranch is 100 miles from home, so it's not a short ride. I'm going to drive it until it dies. lol I paid $2,000.
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Re: 1997 Ford Ranger Ranch Truck [Re: Captain Luke] #8094576 12/18/20 08:25 PM
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Dangit, was hoping you were selling! Cool truck!


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Re: 1997 Ford Ranger Ranch Truck [Re: QuitShootinYoungBucks] #8094685 12/18/20 10:33 PM
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Not yet!! Maybe in a year or two. But thank you!!

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If you want some friendly advice, get a haircut and take a bath. You wouldn't get hassled so much.


Re: 1997 Ford Ranger Ranch Truck [Re: Captain Luke] #8095158 12/19/20 10:52 AM
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cool

Re: 1997 Ford Ranger Ranch Truck [Re: Captain Luke] #8095246 12/19/20 01:41 PM
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Man that’s cool

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Those trucks were tanks


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Re: 1997 Ford Ranger Ranch Truck [Re: Captain Luke] #8096466 12/20/20 11:40 AM
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Wonder what Maaco would charge for a drab green paint job?

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1 box of green or tan flat camo paint would do the job. Just hit with a scotch rite pad first.

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I like it. cheers


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That’s my next project!!


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Im curious how many deer come in bow range of the pickup?

I have an uncle that doesn't get around well and cant climb ladders so he hunts out of a truck when he comes down to our place. I can say hunting out of the truck surely seems to reduce the number of deer seen.


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It doesn’t work on an open sendero. It has to be hidden very well. I mainly is the high seats for quail hunting.


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