1990 Ford Ranger XLT RWD 2.3l 5 speed




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Notice how he did the photos at night?
I've got my bid ready ;)
 

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So friggin big!
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He really goes into detail on the description...
 

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Its worth 1200 bucks.
 

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Its worth 1200 bucks.
True dat. It actually reminds me of my rustbucket 87 after I'd spent 3 months chipping on rust and replacing stuff. Got it free and still put near 1500 in it(although I don't remember how it got to that number), and after it all figured that was about what I'd pay for it then
 

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True dat. It actually reminds me of my rustbucket 87 after I'd spent 3 months chipping on rust and replacing stuff. Got it free and still put near 1500 in it(although I don't remember how it got to that number), and after it all figured that was about what I'd pay for it then
I got 1000 or so in my 87. I figured if i sold it i could still get pretty close to that.

Anything with a bed that runs and drives is worth 7-800 imo.
 

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I sold mine before moving for about 3 or 4 hundred dollars(included a $99 radio/CD and 6x9 speakers behind the seats) and good tires, pass emissions, etc etc. It had a new motor, only 20K on it when I got, and still in good shape.
I wasn't aware of the scrap markets then being so high, but later realized the guy who'd bought it was probly just looking to scrap it :/
 

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I sold mine before moving for about 3 or 4 hundred dollars(included a $99 radio/CD and 6x9 speakers behind the seats) and good tires, pass emissions, etc etc. It had a new motor, only 20K on it when I got, and still in good shape.
I wasn't aware of the scrap markets then being so high, but later realized the guy who'd bought it was probly just looking to scrap it :/
I wont sell shit if i get the feeling someones gonna scrap it or hack it up. I also am usually pretty set on my prices. I dont care if you buy it or not, it can sit here and rot like the rest of them before i give it away.

I got a buddy that sells everything way to cheap. He sold a pretty hot 351W, fully dressed, with a stand for 350 bucks.

I kick myself for not buying it.
 

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I set the price on mine before advertising it for sale, it was that low due to the frame falling apart from rust damage rec'd during its early life up north. It had an almost new 4 cyl engine when I got it, and that was about the only good part of the truck.
It never crossed my mind he might scrap it until long after he'd gone
 

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So friggin big!
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My point is.. that truck may be worth twice what it's being sold for but how can you tell? There's zero description and the pics are basically bigfoot pictures (is it even a ford ranger?!?! Lol). I dunno how ebay works but I wouldn't bid on that thing.

If you buy it on ebay and show up and find out its scrap metal do you get your money back?

Yea it looks straight and rust free in a blurry night photo... wheres interior pics? Engine pics? How many miles does it have? 200,000 is not an answer... you folks would really buy this thing based on what's on ebay!?
 

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That's why I mentioned the night photos. From what I could see it looks like their "new" paint job was done with walmart flat black spray cans ;)
 


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