dr.art

2001 Ford Ranger

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Worked on repairing the floorboards from the relief sections I had to make to fit the trans.

turned out better than expected.

will finish the drivers side tomorrow.

added a layer of boom mat ish insulation to the trans hump and parts of the floor.

carpet kit on order.

( if this seems like a lot of work on a $300.00 truck, your right.)

 

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16 hours ago, dr.art said:

(if this seems like a lot of work on a $300.00 truck, your right.)

 

I feel ya considering what we’ll end up having in the ‘90 coupe.

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Got to drive this one around today,

car wash etc..

drove nice no issues, tons of fun loud on the outside, quiet on the inside even with the windows down.

has 0 traction off the line. Skinny old cheap tires have no chance. Engine is strong but stock so the party is pretty much over by 4800 rpm but tons of fun for cheap.image.jpegvimage.jpegimage.jpeg

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had to strip the seat covers , the passenger side cleaned up in the (Laundry Mat) washing machine and is reinstalled.

the drivers seat was sooo nasty had to strip it and it is currently at the upholstery shop getting the seating areas repaneled.

also ordered new cruise control clusters for the steering wheel and new visors.

 

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