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Anyone think this would be a good deal?

Looking to get a winter beater to keep miles off of the new ranger just wondering if anyone thought this would be a good deal.

http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/car/490156109.html

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looks good i would check it out nice find
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Looks like a pretty nice little ranger. Btw your city is my last name lol.
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since your from MN why not look into a 4x4 winter beater? two wheel drive really suck in the snow.
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why not drive your truck?? did you pay for it to look at or drive?? save the money and buy something nice for yourself, your truck or save it......
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Why would you need a winter beater if you drive a 4 x 4 Ranger? Thats pretty much a perfect winter vehicle. If you drove a rear wheel drive v8 then I could see it. If you are just looking for a truck to beat on and abuse then that little ranger would be good. When you get 8 inches of snow.. that little 2wd ranger will be stuck faster than your fingers on fast drying epoxy.
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For clarification, I am buying another Ranger as my spare and winter beater. I would drive the 2wd 4cyl when weather permitted and use the 03 4x4 (only has 18k miles would like to keep it low) when I need it. the rust belt hasn't had too much snow so far this year.
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