Discussion in 'Rancheros for Sale LINKS' started by Cindy, Jan 9, 2017.
..yeah i'm liking this.
FYI. This one has been for sale/trade for a looooong time.
He probably wants an arm and a leg for it.
I can't remember how much, but it was too much and I get that any wagon that vintage is hard to find. I have had my Ranchero for 2 years this past December and that wagon was for sale on and off while I was searching and that took 8 months.
Or...he is holding out for just the right trade. Im sure he put some work into the wagon and all,but...who knows. Looks like he doesn't really wanna deal with smog, and i don't blame him...I bet if someone came up and offered him enough, he'd just let it go.
yeah, i hear ya. The wagons are hard to find nowadays. The skull theme? eh.... whatever. I like the lines.
Up until a few weeks ago, there was a green 70 or 71 here in the Phx area for $3000. From the pictures it looked like a really clean car...but pictures almost always look better to me than seeing in person...I thought it was a cool car and very original...I think it had some aftermarket wheels.
About the only 60's or 70's Ford that fetches less than a Ranchero is a wagon.
It won't take long for a 69 or 70 big Ford wagon to get the best of your sanity if you have to do any repairs to the dash or a/c. I love the dash shape but it is a real pain if you need to work on it. Way to cram-packed ! No aftermarket radios that fit, no wiper switches, nothing to make it easier to justify hiring a skinny kid to reach up in that jumble. I had two of them, never again.
The ad was deleted. I hope it pops up again; I'd like to see it. I'm also a member at Stationwagonforums.com, and I love Cougar Villager wagons fourth behind Broncos, Rancheros and Mustangs.
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