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Ford Builds Seven Millionth Ranger Pickup, Pulls Plug

Posted in Ford, General, Trucks by Kurt Ernst | February 9th, 2010 | 1 Response |

2010 Ford Ranger

After 28 years, the seven-millionth Ford Ranger rolled off their St. Paul assembly line last month. Ford also announced their intention to end Ranger production in 2011, with a replacement scheduled for the 2012 model year. Internet rumors say the new compact pickup will be based on a smaller version of their perennial favorite F150.

I owned a 4wd Ranger, and it was a decent little truck. Comfortable enough, powerful enough and capable enough, it was a reasonably priced alternative to Toyota’s Tundra. Got a good Ranger story? Got pics of your truck in the dirt? In honor of the Ranger’s demise, let’s see ‘em.

Source: Autoblog

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  1. PJ says:

    I just upgraded to a 2009 Ranger XLT 4wd manual – had a 1994 that just turned over 286,000 – original clutch and exhaust –

    Great truck – what will I do in 2025 when I need a new truck?