1964 Ford Falcon Ranchero / 170ci L6 / 3-Speed

Price: US $2,250.00 Item location: Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Ranchero
  • SubModel: Deluxe
  • Type: Truck / Car
  • Trim: Deluxe (Bench)
  • Year: 1964
  • Mileage: 120,032
  • VIN: 4H27U140642
  • Color: Gray / Primer
  • Engine size: 170ci L6
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1964 Ford Ranchero Deluxe

1964 Ford Falcon Ranchero.
170ci L6
3-Speed Column Shift Manual Transmission
120,032 Miles On The Odometer.
Salvageable Project / For Parts Or Repair.
Clean / Clear Wisconsin Title.
Vehicle Data Tag
Body: 66B - 2 Door Deluxe Ranchero (Bench)
Color: A - Raven Black
Trim: 65 - Red Crush All Vinyl
Date: 09M - December 06, 1963
DSO: 55 - St. Louis, MO
Axle: 6 - 3.50:1 non locking differential
Trans: 1 - 3-Speed Manual
Vehicle Warranty Number
Assembly Plant Code: H - Lorain, Ohio
Engine Code: U - 170ci Inline L6
This is an unfinished project car in salvageable condition, for parts or repair.
The car appears to be fairly original, and has not been modified.
The car appears to be equipped with it's original engine, transmission, and rear axle.
The engine has been briefly run, however is condition is unknown.
The clutch pedal appears to be seized, and the condition of the transmission is unknown.
Light duty 4-lug rear axle shafts, and front hubs.
The interior appears to be complete, original, and in good condition.
The brake pedal appears to be seized, and so it should be assumed that the car has no brakes, is not safe to operate in it's current condition.
The body of the car appears to be fairly straight, and complete, however it has some severe rust, and rot in the rear.
All exterior trim, mouldings, grille, bumpers, emblems, tailgate and lights are included as pictured.
The car was originally Raven Black, however has since been re-painted primer gray by it's previous owner.
The background, and history of the car are unknown, however it appears as if the previous owner abandoned the project after discovering the rust and rot hidden behind the rear quarters.
Overall I feel this car would take to much work to make a nice car out of again.
Wisconsin rust has gotten the better of this body, and unfortunately it would appear to make a better donor, than a restoration candidate.
The car ha a lot of good parts left to put another car back together again.
Please see pictures for more details, and feel free to ask questions.
More pictures and specifics can also be sent via message upon request.
Please note:
Buyer is responsible for all shipping arrangements, and all costs associated with it.