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Old 10-03-2014
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New guy from Denver. 1994 Single cab Ranger 2.3L

Hello all, I was a once very active member when I had my 2001 Ranger edge, but sold it, bought a 05' mustang GT, and stopped contact with the site. Fast forward 9 years later, and I have recently been given my grandfathers 1994 Single cab XLT. The truck has been sitting since he passed in 2007 in Arizona, and looking at the paint you could definitely tell. We just got the truck up to Denver, and after a new water pump, timing belt, and some odds and ends, the truck is running like a champ. What is great also is it only has 98K miles and the interior is immaculate. AC blows ice cold, and heater heats! Coming soon will be paint, tires, and window tint. Not too sure about rims yet as it is just going to be my daily commuter to work and back.
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