Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by Huevos, May 8, 2017.
Museum of American Heritage Car show, May 6th.
And the Ranchero is yours? What about the Falcon?
The Falcon belongs to my Folks, The Chero is mine..
They both are standing tall .Nice
Mighty Purdy they are indeed !
Great photo, Mitch.
I'm digging the shade of blue your Chero's sporting.
That is a beautiful car...I still don't know why these aren't more popular... I suppose it's somewhat of a blessing....otherwise, I might not be able to afford one.
+1 , Basstrix, I agree with you
That said (which I'm in 100%) which are the more favorable years?
All years have their great points. Just depends on what cranks your tractor. I like the 70 / 71 years because of that rakish front end but they all are cool.
If I was to pick a favorite it would be.........
Depending of course what kind of mood I am in, what day of the week it is and what moon phase at the time.
If you and I both got our thumbs smacked with a hammer, mine would hurt more.
Jeff, you and I nearly have the same taste in Rancheros.
Is that figurative or literally ? Plenty mashed fingers and blood shed getting this 71 this far.
I totally mashed my finger trying to get the front drum off of mine. I grabbed the drum and spun it, not even thinking about the fact there is only 1/4" of room between it and the upper ball joint. My finger got stuck in there but good. Good times.
You, Jeff, and 95% of people with eyesight. Heck, even Ray Charles liked the 70-71's the best.
sweet ,no blood no car
You gonna drop a 5.0 in that?
Or a Coyote?
i believe a 429-428 i was told DAD was putting together .but who knows realy when it comes to HILLBILLY
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