My 1971 Ranchero

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by 210eddiep, Sep 5, 2011.

  1. 210eddiep

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    The grandaughters helping me wash my ride. [​IMG]
     
  2. 2beast

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    Congrats on some time well spent :cool:

    That is quite a pit crew you have there!

    Greg
     
  3. 210eddiep

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    thanks! they're the best. since this picture was taken ive added tires and wheels and interior
     
  4. Huevos

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    Thats a great pic, the little one looks like she's having fun.
    Where can I find a chrome gas cap that sits level like that?
     
  5. 210eddiep

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    im not sure. thats the one that was on the car. i was thinking it would look better painted same color as the car.
     
  6. TestDummy

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    That looks good too. I have a NOS locking cap, I think it looks cool.
    [​IMG]
     
  7. bscottie

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    ni9ce, I could stand to see more picts of the car to help me figure out what mine is supposed to look like:D
     
  8. 210eddiep

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    as some of you know, me the computer dont get along real good. this is the first picture i got on with the help of my wife. we have a lot of real nice 70 and 71's on here. sorry i meant all the rancheros:)
     
  9. 74Rancherito

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    very nice...

    the kids look like their having more fun than you...lol
     
  10. 210eddiep

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    These are the wheels and tires.[​IMG]
     
  11. 210eddiep

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    Here is the interior. Ran out of money so the dash and armrests are not finished.[​IMG]
     
  12. bscottie

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    very nice!
     
  13. DonC

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    Nice ride.
     
  14. Frogger

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    Is that the original colour purple

    Regards

    Paul
     
  15. 210eddiep

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    no. it was white. this color is plum crazy.
     
  16. parts4me

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    Plum Crazy?!?! Hahahah, I love it!
     
  17. 210eddiep

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    i also have to get the window crank knobs and seat hinge covers. oh gotta get the ac going but its cooling down now so maybe this spring:)
     
  18. bscottie

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    looking good, nobady ever uses ac in winter anyway, been on the mustang last few days, good progress so will get back to the ranchero soon, well as soon as money allows.
     
  19. 74Rancherito

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    I LOVE THAT DIAMOND TUCK on the dash.....

    good looking truck......
     
  20. TestDummy

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    No, but the system is still working. Disconnect the power to the AC compressor clutch if you aren’t going to fix the AC system soon. Our old Caravan lost AC in October a few years back, but I figured 'so what, I'll fix it in the spring'. I didn't think about the pump coming on every time defrost was selected. By December it seized up, costing me $500.
     

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