Truck is in MA.
Up for sale is my 2007 Ford Ranger XL (White) with 37,800 miles on it (this will go up because I'm still driving it). I bought this truck new (I'm the first and only owner) with the intentions of hauling my bike around, but that never ended up happening, and I don't see myself hauling it around anytime soon. I don't have a track bike to haul either. That's really the only reason I'm selling it. I figure someone should be driving it who will really use it. The only times I've ever really used it were to help people move, and haul antiques for my mom. The truck can hold a TON of stuff and drives really well, even with a full load.
For the past two years I've been commuting in the truck and not much else. I baby it, and treat it more like a car than a truck. All services have been done on-time by me or my mechanic friend, and I've used OEM filters/oil/parts for EVERYTHING. The nice thing with Ford is that the OEM parts are very inexpensive. Oil changes using Motorcraft oil/filters are around $12 bucks, and you can get the parts/oil everywhere. I have a spreadsheet you will receive that documents all services and mileages (I'm very **** about maintenance).
The truck will come with two sets of tires (summer and snow tires). Both sets have a ton of life left of them. I also have a custom stereo I built specifically for the truck that I can leave in there for a couple hundred bucks (small subwoofer, amp, and full iPod control). I'd also be happy to put the stock radio back in.
2.3L 4 cylinder
2WD (this has never been an issue for me, the snow tires + weight = more than enough traction to get around)
Tinted windows (35 front windows, 20 rear)
Armaguard spray-in bedliner (with lifetime warranty)
60/40 bench (with the nicer fabric)
I regularly get 22mpg in the winter, and 25+ in the summer. When I borrowed a friend's cap and drove down to VA (driving the speed limit the whole time) I got 32mpg out of it. Needless to say the truck gets good mileage.
The only thing “wrong” with the truck is that my friend slipped on ice behind it hit the tailgate with his elbow. It left a tiny little ding that any dent wizard should be able to remove (there is an access panel to it right behind the ding). It's very tough to notice it. The truck is as close to mint as a vehicle can be.
If you have any questions at all or want to come drive it let me know. I live in Wenham MA and work in Woburn MA, so I can meet up in a variety of places.
PICS (truck is dirty): http://picasaweb.google.com/schleppy/Ranger#
I'll get interior pics once I have a chance, the lighting was crap today, and it's a dark interior.
PS. I'll give you a few OEM oil filters and the filter wrench for it.