1963 Ford Ranchero
This is a nice driver quality Ranchero with a laundry list of new parts. The odometer reads 70,521 miles and is believed to be actual mileage.
Exterior Color - Driver quality pearl white.
Interior Color Red and White. Nice interior bench seat has 1 small tear.
New Interior Parts Carpet, door inserts, arm rests, door felts and seals. Headliner is in good condition.
Gauges All gauges are functional Gas gauge, temperature gauge and speedometer.
Engine Original Stock 170 cubic inch 6 cylinder that runs well. Recent valve adjustment.
New Under the Hood Parts Rebuilt stock 1 barrel carburetor, new starter, distributor, points, plugs, plug wires, fuel pump, battery and solenoid.
Other New Parts New gas tank with new fuel sending unit. New Monroe Sensa-Trac load adjusting rear shocks and new Monroe front shocks. Front end suspension and steering are good with no issues.
Transmission Original stock 3 speed manual transmission with fresh fluids that shifts well through all gears. New output shaft seal.
Brakes Drum brakes that work well and have been gone through on all 4 wheels.
Tires and Wheels Newer 14 chrome wheels with Ford chrome centers and newer tires.
Stereo - New Pioneer AM/FM/CD/MP3 player with remote in glove box. New 3 way Pioneer speakers in rear and new 2 way Pioneer speakers in front. Original AM radio in dash but not functional.
Window Glass All windows are in great condition.
Bumpers Good condition.
Bed / Lift Gate Truck bed is in good condition with no holes. Lift gate works properly.
This 1963 Ranchero runs well and drives straight. Its perfect for those weekend trips to Home Depot and hauling your stuff back home or would make a great shop truck.
NADA classic car values show the retail value of the 1963 Ford Ranchero in a range of $8,550.00 low retail to $15,800.00 average retail value. See www.nadaguides.com/classic-cars.
Asking price is $8,000.00 or best offer even though I would consider the Ranchero better than a low retail example. Contact Rob at 317 468 8838. Vehicle is located in Indianapolis, Indiana.