1963 Ford Ranchero Pro Street Hot Rod
What we have here is a 1963 Ford Ranchero with under 30,000 miles, built in Washington and currently living in Southern California.
It currently has a GT40 Ford 5.0 Motorsport crate engine, that runs beautifully, with no issues burning oil or running smoothly. It has a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission in it that shifts smoothly with it's keen white stick shift that cruises on the freeway at 2200 RPMs and a Holley 600 custom built carburetor. It has a new Ford narrowed 9" rear end complete with 4 wheel disc brakes and 411 gears and 31 Spline Moser axels.
It has a freshly replaced upholstery, door panels, carpet, and a new sound denner to help it look clean and nice, while also carrying the stereo's sound well. Underneath the driver's seat is an amplifier to help carry your tunes while you cruise. It has a rollbar with two kickers on the inside to help keep you safe. It has nice air conditioning to help keep you cool on the road, and is certified for California.
The body is in very nice shape, with straight body lines and a very bright reflective sheen to it. The main body is a nice cream white with a set of cool blue flames over the hood. The stencils along the interior body and the trunk are all in good shape without cracks or chips, keeping that show ready stylishly hot look intact, and will be sure to gather attention anywhere you go. The quarterfenders are minitubbed to fit the P295/50R15 tires on them. It has a fresh set of new front tires, and there's plenty of tread left on the rears. The bed has a tonneau cover on it that buttons closed for a smooth look. The fuel neck is in the back underneath it, which flows and fills well.
With Summer around the corner and with life returning to the city, this stylishly hot Ranchero will be sure to turn heads and draw eyes as you cruise in the cool summer. There's very little wrong with this car, and I have inspected it to the best of my abilities.