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Old 09-29-2009
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Hello From Canada and Thank you!!!

I've been reading a couple of Ranger Websites before I finally bought the truck and the posts on this website helped me decide on whether or not to buy a Ranger....I now own a 2009 Ranger Sport and I'm very happy with it.

I thank everyone here for the info on the Threads. When you see how many people are logged on and 1 guest, that was probably me. lol

Thanx again everyone and I'm looking to do some mods and get some track times to post my results.
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Welcome to RF bud!!!!

Really liking the number of new Canadian members too, especially the Ontario ones. The Classified section and Meets & Greets will NOW include some local items.

Right on!!!
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Welcome to RF! Love to see some pics!
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welcome man get some pics of the truck up on here
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welcome to R-F, B.M!
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Here's my story:

I do too much research before buying any major purchase and never thought about owning a truck....then these guys in the Mustang Club were telling me that their Ford Rangers lasted longer then their cars and how much they loved the truck. So I took one for a test drive and realized I can't live without it. What you can do with a truck that you can't do with a car is just unbelievable...I can't buy anything with a car unless I get it delivered for a price.

I saw an ad where Ford was offering up to $10K off the Rangers including the Cash for Clunkers Program. They gave me $1300 for my winter beater hunk of junk '94 Sentra which needed at least $1000 in repairs. My Ranger is a 2009 Ext Cab Sport model and it's fully loaded, I got it for $15,200 plus the extra $1300 for the Sentra. I couldn't buy a Focus for this price. I still have the Mustang and will mostly use it for the track.

Let's see if these Photos work:
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Maybe I'm too new to the website, I cannot attach the photos of the Ranger.
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hey man glad to have another canadian!
not sure how you tried to put the pics up but the easiest way would be go to photobucket.com and make an account, then upload your pics to that and then copy the IMG code and paste it on here then youll be good to go.
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Here's my story:

I do too much research before buying any major purchase and never thought about owning a truck....then these guys in the Mustang Club were telling me that their Ford Rangers lasted longer then their cars and how much they loved the truck. So I took one for a test drive and realized I can't live without it. What you can do with a truck that you can't do with a car is just unbelievable...I can't buy anything with a car unless I get it delivered for a price.

I saw an ad where Ford was offering up to $10K off the Rangers including the Cash for Clunkers Program. They gave me $1300 for my winter beater hunk of junk '94 Sentra which needed at least $1000 in repairs. My Ranger is a 2009 Ext Cab Sport model and it's fully loaded, I got it for $15,200 plus the extra $1300 for the Sentra. I couldn't buy a Focus for this price. I still have the Mustang and will mostly use it for the track.

Let's see if these Photos work:
Sounds like a nice truck! I am one of the guys in the Mustang Club who was telling you how much I love mine.... haha
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Howdy & welcome.
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