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$3500 OBO

1994 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4
4.0l V6
117,XXX miles. And growing slowly because it's my dd
Aftermarket deck
NEW tires, bought them beginning of December
Reese hitch
The "Kaitlin" on the tailgate definately comes off
Front blinker light on driver side is broken. The part costs $11.95, just haven't gotten it yet.
4x4 hi and low
Small rust spot about the size of a dime on driver side cab corner
Random dings from shopping carts (I used to work at Kmart :/)
Open to trades for fast cars or 4x4 trucks. Just PM me, worst I'll say is no.


TRUCK SOLD
Price is negotiable. PM me, email me, or call/text me at 616-520-5069. I work full time so if I don't answer, leave a message and I'll call you back ASAP. I'll take more pics tomorrow when there is actually light and upload them around noon.
 

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hello, was wodering if this was an auto or std shift transmission? i have my 1995 i may be interested in tradeing also was wonderig how this does on gas, since my truck only gets 15mpg city and 20 highway(but i mainly drive city) so id be looking for close to 20mpg city..just let me know thanks
 

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hello, was wodering if this was an auto or std shift transmission? i have my 1995 i may be interested in tradeing also was wonderig how this does on gas, since my truck only gets 15mpg city and 20 highway(but i mainly drive city) so id be looking for close to 20mpg city..just let me know thanks
It's an automatic. It's gets about the same as yours for mileage. When I'm hauling equipment for work I'll typically get about 13-14. And I can push 16-17 city without anything in the back. Never driven on the highway for a long enough time to figure out what I get there, but with the 4.0l V6, I'm assuming it would be about 20.
 
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