390 Equipped! 1968 Ford F-250 Ranger Camper Special

Some really cool things were happening at Ford in the pickup department for 1968, not the least being the addition of a pair of more powerful V8s that replaced the previous year’s 352.  While there were still a couple… more»

460 Powered 4X4! 1979 Ford F350 Ranger XLT

With beginnings dating all the way back to 1948, the Ford F-Series of trucks were already heading into their sixth generation by the time ’73 rolled around, with the 1979 model being the final year of gen 6 production. … more»

Garage Kept and 58K Miles: 1975 Ford F-250 Ranger

Ever pass by a garage and wonder what is in it?  Most garages are probably packed to the rafters with stuff that wouldn’t sell at your aunt’s garage sale and various other things that are too nice to throw… more»

No Reserve 1973 Ford Bronco Ranger

When Ford released the First Generation Bronco, it intended to sell 50,000 vehicles per year. The reality is that they never came close to the mark, and only once during its twelve model years did it exceed 50% of… more»

One-Owner Survivor: 1978 Ford F150 Ranger

While pickups from the 1940s and 1950s remain exceptionally popular, with potential buyers snapping them up quickly, those that emerged in the 1970s are also a strong proposition. These vehicles offered buyers more power, greater refinement, and a more… more»

One-Family Owned: 1978 Ford F-150 Ranger

New trucks are huge, comfortable, and filled with all sorts of options and electronic accessories. But it wasn’t that long ago that trucks were still primarily used as trucks, with the common examples being pretty bare-bones workhorses. That makes… more»

Updated 390 V8: 1975 Ford F250 Ranger XLT

Some classic vehicles are more subtle than others. This 1975 Ford F250 Ranger isn’t exactly “in your face,” but it is a pickup that would make an accomplished tow vehicle. With an upgraded V8 under the hood, it should… more»

No Reserve: 1976 Ford F150 Ranger XLT

Classic pickups continue to perform strongly in the market, and original examples will always attract their share of interest. This 1976 Ford F150 Ranger XLT demonstrates this trend graphically. It has already attracted an impressive thirty-seven bids since it… more»

Rare Color: 1976 Ford Bronco Ranger

The bidding history tells a big part of the story with this 1976 Ford Bronco Ranger. It is 1-of-46 to wear this color in the 1976 model year, and when combined with the 1st Generation Bronco’s ongoing popularity, it… more»

65k Survivor: 1979 Ford F-150 Ranger Lariat Supercab

1979 was the final year of the 6th-generation F-series trucks, and this is an especially clean, well-kept example of the top-of-the-line Ranger Lariat. A one-owner truck until just a couple of years ago, this original Ford with 65k original… more»

No Reserve: 1973 Ford F-350 Ranger XLT

The owner of this 1973 Ford F-350 Ranger XLT purchased the vehicle to serve as a parts car. However, once he delved below the surface, he discovered that it didn’t deserve that fate. Instead, he has decided that it… more»

One Prior Owner: 1977 Ford F-250 Ranger

1973-77 would mark the sixth generation of Ford’s popular F-Series of trucks. And with help from the purchase of this ’77 F-250 when it was new, the Ford F-Series would become the best-selling truck in the U.S., a position… more»

No Reserve: 1978 Ford F250 Ranger XLT

This 1978 Ford F250 Ranger XLT has spent its life in the Rocky Mountains, and it appears that it has served its owners well. With a healthy V8 under the hood, a tow hitch, and a camper cap, this… more»

Off-Road Rarity: 1968 Ferves Ranger

Here’s another new one for me, a 1968 Ferves Ranger. The seller describes it as, “A wonderful Italian oddity with delightful styling“. Fair enough though it actually looks like a cross between a toon car and a Step Two… more»

360-Equipped Survivor: 1968 Ford F100 Ranger

Some classic pickups are more eye-catching than others, and this 1968 Ford F100 Ranger is a real beauty. It is a survivor that is in above-average condition and should garner plenty of attention and positive comments wherever it goes…. more»

Original 302: 1974 Ford Bronco Ranger

The 1st Generation Bronco continues to be a highly-sought vehicle. This desirability increases if the vehicle in question is rust-free and hasn’t been cut to accommodate larger wheels and tires. This 1974 Bronco Ranger has spent its life in… more»