1970 Ford Ranchero 351 Cleveland V8 2 BBL Original Family Own Original Interior
- Make: Ford
- Model: Ranchero
- Type: Car Pickup
- Trim: 500
- Year: 1970
- Mileage: 82,114
- Color: Blue
- Engine size: Cleveland 351 2 bbl
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1970 Ford Ranchero1970 Ford Ranchero 500
1970 RANCHERO 500
Here at MissChiTown we get the opportunity to see many fantastic collector cars and we always enjoy seeing something a little unusual. In that regards we are most pleased to be able to assist the private seller market this 1970 Ford Ranchero that has been in the same family since new. In 1970 a lady who lived near Walla Walla, WA fell in love with the Ranchero and decided to have one for her very own. She kept the car and loved it until around 2004 when her failing health prevented her from enjoying the Ranchero. Her daughter inherited the car and had the car taken down to bare metal and repainted in original color.
The private seller describes the 1970 Ranchero as follows.
I have owned the Ranchero since 2009 and have had the following done to the Ranchero to ensure that it was road worthy. This ranchero wasoriginallypurchased in 1970 in Milton-Freewater, Washington and resided in Walla Walla, Washington & was a one owner.It ended upin Montana in1986 due toresidence change.I inherited it 2004 from her mom, the original owner. This Ranchero is all ORIGINAL with one repaint inoriginal colorand there were only 21, 640 made that year.This Ranchero has a 351 Cleveland Engine, Positract rear end, 2 barrel carburetor, power brakes & powersteering with 82,140.8 miles. The car has beengarage kept.No Rust dings or chipped paint and the Ranchero is road worthy, I wouldn’t be afraid to take atrip in it. We always have compliments whenwe take her for a spin! She has the power and gets up & go, runs like a champ!!!
ONLY ISSUE IS: Right Tail light lense could be replaced for cosmetic purposes but not necessary.
The following is a list of things we had done to the car to make sure that it was roadworthy for us.
1970 Ford Ranchero items completed since 2009
New Paint job, frame on, taken down to bare metal in April 2009.
Front & Rear brakes, wheel seals, ball joints, wheel cylinders, bearings, shocks and alignment.
New windshield, wipers and windshield motor.
All new belts, spark plugs, points, distributor cap
Serviced & Replaced clutch in rear end
Complete oil change (lube, oil & filter) and serviced the transmission
All new fuel lines, this was done to make sure it was road worthy (nothing wrong with the car prior).
Cleaned gas tank & installed new float & screen
Cooling system flushed, & new thermostat.
All new hoses – heater, gas, engine hoses
Installed block heater upgrade (for cold weather)
Has Bed liner new in 2009
The car is equipped with Power Steering and Power Brakes and as we mentioned it was taken down to bare metal in 2009 and repainted in theoriginalcolor. The interior is ORIGINAL…check out the pictures!! This car is equipped with the famous 351 Cleveland engine with 2 bbl carburetor and Ford’s C-4 Cruise-O-Matic Transmission. 3.00 Traction-Lok axleratio. As you can see from the photos the Ranchero is a gorgeous Medium Metallic Blue and the ORIGINAL interior is also Medium Blue Vinyl. ThisRanchero is also equipped with complete tinted glass. 82,114 miles but the private seller does drive it occasionally and that was the odometer reading as of 8/20/16.
NOW GET THIS!! This 1970 Ford Ranchero comes with a Deluxe Marti Report.
Built in January 15, 1970 and sold on April 30, 1970.
When it comes to the world of pickups it is hard to find a better looking truck then a 1970 Ford Ranchero that has to be one of top five all time best looking pickups in our opinion. We just love the color of this Ranchero in the medium blue. It great that it comes with the Deluxe Marti Report and one family ownership (the original owner passd away and the Ranchero is now in the name of her daughter, the private seller).
Reserve is relatively low and is a great opportunity to acquire a most unusual vehicle.
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