This car was professionally crafted for the street or the strip. The quality is fit to take to Barrett Jackson, car shows, or drags. This Ranchero originally was a rare 1975 Ranchero Squire with wood grain exterior trim.
My car starts right up and runs good when I give it gas but when I let off the gas to let it idle it dies. Replaced the fuel filter but didn't help. It's a 1975 Ford ranchero with a 351m. Any idea...
|1975 ford ranchero with a 351w motor auto trans. needs a gas tank and body work. its a good fixer upper car. it runs nice starts right up. can send pics if requested. make me a offer. rear tires and rims dont come with it. have another pair for the back. make me a offer. need it gone. cash only please|
I am just now putting my interior back together on my 1975 Ranchero. I am putting the dash in before the pillar covers. The padded dash and the metal with the speaker grate and defroster slots is pretty easy to remove, There are two screw on each end near the pillar posts, several screws up from the bottom and one screw down over around the glove box. once all of the screw are removed the dash lifts and slides away from the window. Watch for the clips along the front.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1975 Ford Ranchero GT for purchase. In 1957, Ford introduced a coupe utility in the United States that was similar to what they were already selling in Australia. The birth of the modern car-pickup combination was born and even spawned its GM competitor (the El Camino). The 1975 Ranchero GT was part of the 6th generation of the model line. They are sturdy vehicles designed for work with a 1,250lb payload in its 6'6” box and link-coil rear suspension. The GT striping down the sides gives these models a bold look making these survivors more collectible cruiser as they are popular in film and television.