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1957 Ford Ranchero -
Meticulously researched in Fords archives, automotive historian James C. Mays pays tribute to Ranchero, telling the complete story in rich detail. Includes prices and options lists, plus production, sales and export figures.Appendix. Ford's. four. on. the. floor! 1957 Ford Custom Ranchero (twodoor Ranch Wagonbased pickup) List Price: $2224.44 Motor: Yblock 'Thunderbird; 292 2bbl all cast iron OHV V8, 9.1:1 CR, 212 bhp (gross) GUS M. MONASTERO 1951 Ford Convertible 283 CI (stacker) small block Chevy with twin 4 BBLS, 400 GM trans, 54 nine SKIP NEWTON 1957 Ford Ranchero Shaved door handles, trenched antenna and headlights, handmade twopiece 1956 Ford F100, Mark Harrison, Hartselle, Alabama; 1966 Ford F100, L.Q. Harrison, Hartselle,.Alabama; 1957 Dodge Greenwood, Indiana; 1957 Dodge Power Wagon, Bruce Welle, Sauk Center, Minnesota; 1957 Ford Ranchero (front George Mitobe 1957 Ford Ranchero Many a truck could be found in custom circles in the 1950s, and Rancheros, combining both car and truck features, became instant custom fodder. George Mitobe's 1957 Ranchero from Artesia stood out by Chapter 11 AMT 1964 Ford (Modified Stocker) Tl 93225 (1970) $75 AMT/Ertl 1966 Buick (Modified Stocker) #30147 H 1255 (1961) $125 Revell 1957 Ford Ranchero H1332 (1975) $85 Revell 1979 Ford Mustang Cobra Turbo #7200 A commercial for the 1957 Ford Ranchero called this halfton cartruck a “pack horse,” and a cowboy on a horse lassoed the Ford Fairlane because.he wanted a “long lean car with lots of punch.” Still, appeals to male car buyers mostly It was a 1957 Ford Ranchero— but not the normal variety. It had been modified by a guy who lived out on the Strand and was powered by a 383 cubic inch Mercury police interceptor V8. Dick and I were always in the garage wrenching on Thus, this one is a Ford V8. The second grouping is for the body style, in this case "66" for the Ranchero pickup body (Ford of Canada made a Meteor Ranchero in 1957). The next letter is for the series, with "A" for Ranchero, and "B" for