'09 Northwest Ranchero Roundup

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by KenW., Oct 7, 2009.

  1. KenW.

    KenW. In Fourth Gear

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    It was great to meet everyone Friday at the host hotel. Having a hard time with names.
    Finally posting the pics I took.
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  2. KenW.

    KenW. In Fourth Gear

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  3. KenW.

    KenW. In Fourth Gear

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    This '70 showed up after dark:
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    This '71 is from Nanton Alberta, I met the previous owner in Calgary:
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    My car broken in Mission:
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  4. Tim70ranchero

    Tim70ranchero In Overdrive

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    Nice rides!! I dont think I ever seen a grill like the one on the Tan Ranchero.
     
  5. Dan the ranchero man

    Dan the ranchero man MODERATOR Staff Member

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    I am geussing a canadan version (metor)? I agree very cool adds a nice flare to the front end.
     
  6. As Is '66

    As Is '66 2 Wheeled Mod Staff Member

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    Very Nice!!!

    Heaven is;
    Rancheros everywhere, the whole parking lot full of Ranchero Trucks!!!

    Great turn out, I plan to be part of that roundup one day...

    Keep on Truckin' !!!
     
  7. sarah

    sarah Pic Moderator Staff Member

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    sweet...................... there are a couple there I would definitely like to own.... mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
     
  8. HuevosRanchero

    HuevosRanchero In Maximum Overdrive

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    great pics....
     
  9. Giska1

    Giska1 In Maximum Overdrive

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    Very nice cheros, one question, why is the side trim and grill on the red/black and the white/blue 57's different, the 2 first ones, just wondering.:confused:
     
  10. burninbush

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    Very nice cheros, one question, why is the side trim and grill on the red/black and the white/blue 57's different, the 2 first ones, just wondering.:confused: >giska

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    I =think= the blue-white car is the Canadian variant of a Ranchero. No idea what it is called. Might also be the case with the tan round body.
     
  11. KenW.

    KenW. In Fourth Gear

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    The odd grill in the white '64 is actually off a version of the Falcon called a "Frontenac". It was sold in Quebec. There is a red maple leaf in the center. There was a 4 door Frontenac (Falcon) in the parking lot Friday. The red maple leaf also adorned some emblems behind the front wheels, the hub caps and the center of the steering wheel.
     
  12. richie.v

    richie.v In First Gear

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    all dressed up !!!

    hello all - the tan / cream 1 is my 1960 Ranchero that i must confess is 'dressed up' as a Frontenac ( which was a 1 hit wonder ; built by Ford Canada for 1 year 1960 only , for the Mercury dealerships to sell as a counter to the Ford Falcon , before the Comet came out in 1961 ).

    It truly was a great weekend and to see that many ranchero's in the park = wow * thanks to Ken + Russ + others for putting it together.

    regards
    rich.v
     
  13. LSChero

    LSChero In Maximum Overdrive PLATINUM MEMBER

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    Great pics Ken ,thanks.Like to make that event some day,perhaps ill put it on my bucket list...
     
  14. davis

    davis In Maximum Overdrive

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    red 67

    did that red 67 have a 5.0L in it?

    i think i've seen that car years ago up in CA bay area.

    just wonderin. never been to a ranchero roundup show.
    seems my ranchero never runnin at that time.
     

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