1967 Ford Ranchero
Under the hood rests what the owner says is the original 289 cubic inch V8 engine that was the same unit that was available in the Mustang, so when matched with a performance carburetor, has plenty of power to keep the dual exhaust making the proper throaty sounds.
The engine looks great too with its factory Ford correct blue paint on the engine and intake, chrome valve covers with the 289 decals on them, improved distributor and spark plug wires, factory cast iron exhaust manifolds, chrome open element air cleaner sporting the 289 High Performance decal on it too, and all sitting in a very clean, painted, and detailed engine compartment.
The optional three-speed automatic transmission is flexible enough that you can take this car everywhere from around town, to long trips down the highway. This same easy cruising attitude goes for the power brakes.