Ford Ranchero: 1957-1979 Photo History

Ford Ranchero Photo History More than a truck and than a car the unique Ranchero would take many forms and this class act was a vital part of the big Blue Ovals lineup for than two decades Far from being just another pretty fa

  • Title: Ford Ranchero: 1957-1979 Photo History
  • Author: James C. Mays
  • ISBN: 9781583881262
  • Page: 334
  • Format: Paperback
  • More than a truck and than a car, the unique Ranchero would take many forms, and this class act was a vital part of the big Blue Ovals lineup for than two decades Far from being just another pretty face, rugged Rancheros did their part to build national prosperity and keep America on the move Meticulously researched in Fords archives, automotive historian Jam More than a truck and than a car, the unique Ranchero would take many forms, and this class act was a vital part of the big Blue Ovals lineup for than two decades Far from being just another pretty face, rugged Rancheros did their part to build national prosperity and keep America on the move Meticulously researched in Fords archives, automotive historian James C Mays pays tribute to Ranchero, telling the complete story in rich detail Includes prices and options lists, plus production, sales and export figures This indispensable reference also offers the unique Canada only Meteor Rancheros, as well as the Australian versions.

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