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Old vs New, pic rumaging

Not really new per say but heres the '03 4x4 I recently picked up and the '03 4x2 I bought new and traded in in '07. Ironically the same color and both 4.0/automatics. Obviously you can tell the 4x4 I have wont remain completely stock for long..haha

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like the cobra's
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I did too. They were actually knock offs of Mustang Bullit wheels. I sold them to another Ranger guy in town and I still see him running around occassionaly. He has them on a lowered '93 Splash.
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Both are nice looking trucks. What are the plans for the new one?
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OHC, I also still have the factory bucket seats from the 4x2 in the garage attic and if I can locate a center console for it, I'll swap those in, line-x in the bed, window tint, Gibson exhaust, maybe some slightly wider wheels and all-terrains (I like the Pacer 164 wheels), and maybe a tune. The 4x4 is basicly just a weekend driver as I am always in my work car during the week. I've just been doing general stuff on it so far. New brakes, shocks, fluid changes, fuel filter, etc. I'm not gonna lift it. Oh yeah, gotta find a head unit that I can plug my Iphone into. One step at a time though, the wife isn't real thrilled about dumping lots of $$ into it at least not at once. As of now, it only has 58,018 miles on the clock. Pretty low for an '03.

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I'm not gonna lift it.
I always said the same.... lol
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Haha...I agree...I never planned to lower the other one but it looked so damn good after I did it...if you like street style.
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Both of your trucks look great. I love that color
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Yea, I like it too. It's got a ton of metallic in it. Looks great when clean and cant see dirt on it either. Best of both worlds. Not a huge fan of the tan interior but at least it's broken up with black on the seats. Of course I went all out tan on the previous one...expo seats. Probably wont do this to the new 4x4...those seats in good condition are hard to find anymore at the salvage yards. They are around but usually all dried up and trashed.

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nice, glad to see some southern ohio rangers
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like the trucks, usually not a fan of that color to be honest, but it looks really good on the lowered one, and i like the interior a lot too...the black/tan looks good like that
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The lowered one looks great
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Looks great!
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