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Yelleranger reporting for duty.

Hello! Glad to join all of you to learn and gain friendship in the ford community.
this the 2nd Ford I've owned. My first was a 91' feastiva gl. soo as y'all can imagine my relief to get a ranger lol! -Robert

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Welcome to RF!

I recently did some work in a town where Festivas were EVERYWHERE.

I bet that you feel like you are driving a bus compared to that thing lol.
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@Taylor- no kidding it does feel way different size wise. Funny though>when I 1rst bought "yeller" I smoked the tires on takeoff not realizing the change-up in power lol!
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haha I bet.

You could put a lawnmower engine into a festiva and be good to go.

There was a guy who would fix them up and sell them in the town that I was working in.

I bet you are missing the gas mileage though.
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yeah used to fill up for 20$ a week. BUT- I love the trade off. thanks for the welcome.
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