Keith Blacks old 59 Ranchero shop/ push truck

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  1. boxer2

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    thought everyone might enjoy this pic I took last month P1010707 copy.jpg
     
  2. andrewok1

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    nice = nostalgia at its best
     
  3. handy_andy_cv64

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    And very classy, for a 'work' truck.
     
  4. Dan the ranchero man

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    I would drive it! :)
     
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    That is actually a work of art.
     
  6. andrewok1

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    is that a ASPEN
     
  7. andrewok1

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    NOT KEITH BLACK kool
     
  8. Jeff B

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    That '59 is sitting just about right.
     
  9. handy_andy_cv64

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    I'm not normally a fan of heavily lowered vehicles, but that Ranchero, for whatever reason, has a stance I can live with, and does so on what are likely original Torq-Thrust D's.
     
  10. handy_andy_cv64

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    It's a Plymouth Arrow, which was a badge-engineered Mitsu car.
     
  11. Lulu2

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    Very cool!
     

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