Ford Ranger Truck Series

Ford Ranger Truck Series

Ford Ranger Trucks have been hauling stuff across America’s highways for many many years. Ford started production on the Ford Ranger Truck Series in 1983. Putting the first model onto the streets in early 1984. Since that time Ford Rangers have stayed one of the best selling brands for the Ford Motor Company. I myself have owned two models of the Ford Ranger. My first truck I ever owned was a 1987 Ford Ranger.

My 1998 Ford Ranger XLT

I currently own a 1998 Ford Ranger XLT. My Ford Ranger is a rare truck. I say rare because it only has a total of 36,000 miles on it. I know right. A 13 year old truck with that few miles is a rare thing to find. My 1998 Ford Ranger still drives and even smells like a brand new truck! I love it!

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1998 Ford Ranger XLT

Watch this video of the 1998 Ford Ranger XLT

Here is a good video review of the 1998 Ford Ranger XLT truck.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mvFsBvyWJ4

Watch a Video History of the Ford Ranger Trucks

This video takes you through a visual step by step evolution of the Ford Ranger Truck Series. From the birth of the first truck in the series right up to the current 2012 Ford Ranger Truck. See how this strong and dependable truck has progressed in style and performance.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKMqeo_vkGs

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  1. I know you have always been a fan of the Ford Ranger Truck Series, you’ve got me thinking I want one!  Thanks for the information.  Great article.

  2. Ford Rangers are a good truck have a Ford F150 myself and wouldnt trade for anything but a Ford !!

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