1960 Ford Falcon Ranchero (Second generation ‘60-65)
1960 brought about a change for the Ranchero, moving from Ford’s full size platform to a more compact and practical scale. Gone are the 1950’s stainless steel trim details and two tone paint; only the subtle curves around the taillights hint at what used to be.
I, for one, think it’s better for having trimmed the fat. The Ranchero is a testament to utility, matching the ability of most pickup trucks with a great deal more efficiency.
This one looks as if it has been appropriately used, and judging by its spot outside of Sidedraught City I’d guess it’s well looked after under the hood.
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