Website gallery of 67 Ranchero

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by E's67ranchero, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. E's67ranchero

    E's67ranchero In Second Gear

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    Below is the URL to my website. These are the photographs I promised earlier. This is my 1967 Ford Ranchero that I'm currently restoring. I will be updating more pictures as I take them durring the restoration process. I will also be doing a dialog of the detail work as I go along. Enjoy and thank you very much for looking!



    www.wix.com/ttaylor1136/1967fairlane500ranchero1
     
  2. 60To63Ranchero

    60To63Ranchero SITE SUPPORTER- GOLD

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    You are doing it right

    Great job on the paint & body! You are doing it right, taking it all the way down to the bare metal, interior, exterior & bed. I just did that on PART of my bed so I know how much work it is. Now it looks extremely straight - the burnt orange color rocks.

    Bob the Builder
     
  3. parts4me

    parts4me In Maximum Overdrive

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    Looks like you are doing the job right! I also like that burnt orange color you have chosen, keep up the work and keep us informed on any furter progress!:D
     
  4. E's67ranchero

    E's67ranchero In Second Gear

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    Thank You. I ill be adding more photo's as i go along as well as posting things along the way. Right now i am working on pollishing all the trim and repainting the stripe's inside the trim that go's on the side of the truck. This is a job to make it look good but it has turned out nice.The Burnt Orange is a color that i have always like'ed. I have a new black interoir to go in it an the trim with black pinn stripe i think it realy make's it pop out. I will be putting most of the trim back on the week as well as all the new door seals and fuzzes door bumpers thing's like that' so i will have my hands full for the next few days that's for sure.:) My next step is to get all the new front suspension parts on that's a way's off yet i have the parts but need to get the body back together first. This truck will have a set of slot's on those Firestone Indy 500 tires that are on it. I like the old school look so all in all it is a work in progress. Thanks for posting its nice to talk to other's that like the Rancher's.:D
     
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  5. 71 Whitesale

    71 Whitesale In Fourth Gear

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    The 67 has always been a favorite of mine, yours is looking great! Cant wait to see it completed!
     
  6. Huevos

    Huevos In Maximum Overdrive

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    That is looking real good. I see your quality control person approves too.
    What kind of paint are you using?
     
  7. E's67ranchero

    E's67ranchero In Second Gear

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    Hi. I used a Bacecoat Clearcoat made by Dupont worked out very nice. It is a midrange paint an i will say i have used worse and better paint in my lifetime. All-n-All not to bad. Now then that Quality Control Man is my Grandson everything go's though him first before it get's done. LOL :D when he is here what ever i am doing you' can bet he will be doing it to. I was wet sanding when that photo was taken an he was wet sanding with some 3000 grit while i was sanding with 1500' he was way ahead of me;). I will be adding some more pic's as i go along. Thanks to all that have posted .
     
  8. davis

    davis In Maximum Overdrive

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    hey E, what paint did you use to shoot your chero?
     
  9. Giska1

    Giska1 In Maximum Overdrive

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    Very nice, I think my next one are going to be a 67:D:cool:

    It's actually one for sale here in Norway, only problem is that some moron has put a 4x4 frame underneath it, looks a bit high:rolleyes: and they are asking 7500 bucks for it:eek:
     
  10. E's67ranchero

    E's67ranchero In Second Gear

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    I will have to get back with on that. I will look it up for you. I will tell you that i had a buddy of mine add some goody's in it to change the color just a bit. He tone'ed it down a bit for me :) I will see if i can find out for you what he did. Thanks :)
     
  11. E's67ranchero

    E's67ranchero In Second Gear

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    Thanks it took me a while to find the one i wanted but when i did i bought it. There are lot of them around but not for sale. The 67 i think is the best looking ranchero ever made but thats just what i think. There are a lot of ranchero i like and would like to have one of each:D LOL But i can tell you that's not going to happen at least not in my lifetime. 7500 is a lot of money for one with a 4WD under i. . Anyway thanks for posting glad to here from you.Till next time have a good one.
     
  12. parts4me

    parts4me In Maximum Overdrive

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    A jacked up ranchero? I would be for it if someone did a nice job:D
     

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