I think I'll join him. You and Ribird enjoy yourselves:confused:
gears, tires, traction bars, 90/10 front shocks.My 57 was running 11:60
many years ago @ 4,000 lbs;) posi of course or spool
Been driv'n these things over 40 years. Wouldn't change a thing. If
you make it nice enough they'll know what it is.:rolleyes:
Don't sweat the small stuff! Fix this...:eek:
had it fixed earlier this year
Scihilling is Santa Ana Ca, Expensive but worth it if u want it right.
That should run real strong. Pull the float bowls and put in new pumps.
On my 57 Ranchero I bought a manuel so I could do all that. Must be
Original...cut from another Ranchero.:)
Nice looking wheels.
Got lucky to find good bodyman. American Collectors was real good with
the money part. Over 12 grand to fix it right.:)
My old Ranchero gets repaired after wreck going to GNRS in Jan.
Mine had a broken wire in the connector at the volt reg yrs ago.
Replaced the window rubber once for new headliner install. Has never leaked since new:)
My 78 is a GT Broughm. Seems t have all options. It's a 460 now, but
that's my fault.:rolleyes:
Wasn't it a little noisy? I've see new replacements. I got lucky with a used
one I had been saving.
Bought a new one from ABS in Orange Ca. for my 57.
Used a junk yard one in my nephews falcon. It worked good also:)
FWIW I.ve never lost a dime on a Ranchero and I've owned many. People
will pay the money for a nice one. Keep it long enough and do the right...
The failure on your repairs are just poor work. They're afraid to put
enough clear on because they're cheap and greedy:rolleyes: I've
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