Original 360/4-Speed: 1971 Ford F-250 Ranger Highboy

Dry-climate classics will typically attract plenty of attention when they hit the market, especially when the vehicle is a solid Pickup. However, there are exceptions to every rule, as demonstrated by this 1971 Ford F-250 Ranger Highboy. It has… more»

28 Years of Ownership: 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

One of the most beloved vehicles in America, especially rural America, is the full-size Ford Bronco.  From the back roads to the O.J. Simpson chase, no vehicle has been more treasured when it is time to get away from… more»

No Reserve: 1974 Ford F-250 Ranger Highboy

“No Reserve” are two words that guarantee a classic will generate interest when it hits the market. Such is the case with this 1974 Ford F-250 Ranger Highboy. It is an unmolested classic, and while it isn’t perfect, it… more»

Ford’s Big Gamble: 1959 Edsel Ranger Barn Find

Ford executives had high hopes when they introduced the new 1958 Edsel in the Fall of 1957. But those were quickly dashed when sales didn’t come close to expectations. After accumulating a lot of red ink, Ford pulled the… more»

65k Mile 1978 Ford F-250 Ranger 4×4

The new car market is flooded with stunning Pickups, with most accomplished performers offering a veritable truckload of creature comforts. That’s all well and good, but buyers pay a premium for the privilege of owning one and then must… more»

Spotless Survivor: 1976 Ford F-100 4×4 Ranger

Classics with a long-term known ownership history will always prove attractive to potential buyers. That is the story behind this 1976 Ford F-100 Ranger 4×4. The seller confirms its previous owner was its custodian for forty years, and it… more»

429-Powered! 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

Interest in the vintage Ford Bronco market seems to be on the rise and isn’t showing signs of letting up anytime soon, particularly for the earlier examples, plus with the renewed attention brought on by Ford’s recent re-introduction of… more»

Running Project: 1977 Ford Bronco Ranger 4X4

With demand seemingly on the rise for the sixties and seventies Ford Broncos, even project-type examples are fetching some pretty big bucks these days, and this 1977 Ford Bronco Ranger here on eBay was the last year from the… more»

Stunning Presentation: 1969 Ford F100 Shortbed Ranger

With classic Pickups maintaining their popularity in the current market, good examples will always attract interest and intense bidding. Such is the case with this 1969 Ford F100 Shortbed Ranger. Someone has added a few updates to improve its… more»

Super Long Super Cab: 1978 Ford F-250

When it comes to trucks, the Ford F-Series has a very well-earned reputation for reliability and durability.  That durability was never more evident than in the heavy-duty versions of the company’s sixth generation of trucks.  If you have a… more»

Luxurious 4X4! 1978 Ford F-150 Ranger XLT Lariat 460

If you’ve been thinking luxurious pickups are a fairly recent phenomenon, you may be surprised to find out just how far back the concept goes.  Not that there wasn’t any such thing before 1978, but this was the year… more»

Dentside Highboy: 1974 Ford F-250 Ranger XLT 4X4

Dentside and Highboy aren’t generally thought of as official FoMoCo terminology, but use either word around a Ford truck enthusiast and chances are he’ll know exactly what you’re talking about.  The dentside simply refers to the indented area that… more»

Raven Black: 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT

Bidding has been strong for this 1979 Ford Bronco Ranger XLT. This 58,000 mile Raven Black Ford Bronco is listed here on eBay with less than 12 hours in the listing. It is currently bid to $34,000. The Bronco… more»

Trendy or Tacky? 1959 Edsel Ranger Hardtop Project

In 1946, Henry Ford II welcomed a cadre of outsiders to Ford’s executive ranks. Known as the Whiz Kids, these ten were veterans of WWII and had very particular ideas about Ford’s direction, including the pursuit of a new… more»

No Reserve: 1981 Ford F-150 Ranger Pickup

Ford’s F series trucks are head and shoulders above every other truck on the road. Ford has some 16 million F series pickups roving the byways; that’s 5.5% of all vehicles in the US. Here on eBay is a… more»

Please Be Real: 1973 Ford Bronco Ranger

Although the First Generation Bronco didn’t sell in the volume Ford predicted, it is now one of the best-performing vehicles in the classic market. Spotless examples can command eye-watering prices, but this 1973 Bronco Ranger could almost seem too… more»