2009 Ford Ranger One Owner Southern Truck no Rust 49K low miles.




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Dirtman

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So friggin big!
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Good god thats almost what I paid for mine brand new in 2009...
 

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That Ranger is almost in the same condition as the 2009 I got in March, except mine is a long bed and only had 23,000 miles on it...basically a "new" 10 year old truck.
At the first cruise in I went to I was offered 12 grand, cash for it from a Mustang/Corvette collector.
My local Ford dealer offered me 12 grand in trade on any new Ford on the lot, and 14 grand on any used vehicle on the lot.
Turned all down as I got into mine for next to nothing, already have other paid off vehicles, and don't need any payments.
Prices on these little Rangers (and the Chevy/GMC S-10) in nice condition has really gone up. Low mileage 2005-2010 Toyota and Nissan "base" pickup prices are also way up there.
Heck, if you compare a Ranger with a same year/mileage/equipment Ford F-150, the Ranger prices are the same and more than the F-150.
There aren't any more "real compact" small trucks being made anymore,
and the new midsize trucks cost as much as a Caddy to get into.
Grumpaw
 
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I paid just under 15 for my truck (identical 09 base ranger fleet truck) brand new in 09.

I have 65k on it but just as clean and rust free... if someone offered me 13k I'd take their money and run off laughing.
 

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I paid just under 15 for my truck (identical 09 base ranger fleet truck) brand new in 09.

I have 65k on it but just as clean and rust free... if someone offered me 13k I'd take their money and run off laughing.
Just remember it will cost around 30K to replace it with a new one.
 

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I paid just under 15 for my truck (identical 09 base ranger fleet truck) brand new in 09.

I have 65k on it but just as clean and rust free... if someone offered me 13k I'd take their money and run off laughing.
Totally understand, but in my case I was almost given the Ranger. Our little old lady friend wanted to give me the truck, even after I told her it was worth some $ due to its condition and mileage. I ended up giving her 3 grand for it, and my wife had to force her to accept it. I didn't need a pickup, but couldn't pass this up.
Now, I could make a tidy profit by selling it...but then what? Buy something else and throw money into it. As Gump said, it would cost alot to get into something else, newer/bigger, that I don't really need.
No, I'll keep it, and keep it stock, or keep any original parts I take off of it to mod it. It's the perfect size for me to use as a run-around and hobby truck. Been to several cruise-ins and local car shows, and it gets alot of looks from other truck owners.
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Give me money.
We could start a boring white ranger club..

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I painted the rims black and put a ladder rack on it but mine is staying stock as well.
 
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White is not boring...it's just a lack of distraction.
And, it cleans up super easy.
Grumpaw
 


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