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Old 04-01-2019, 10:36 PM   #15
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The new Ranger is 54" from the ground to the top of the box rail.(at the tailgate)
33" from the ground to the box floor.
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Old 04-01-2019, 10:43 PM   #16
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Its "SuperCab" and "SuperCrew" they sound too much alike so I call them ..."Coupe" and Sedan".
Mine's a Coupe!
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Did you post any pictures of your new Ranger? I'd like to see it.
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Floyd,

Did you post any pictures of your new Ranger? I'd like to see it.
They haven't built it yet, (a bit aggravating) but here are some pics of one nearly identical...
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Sweet. I like that cab style.
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Personally I would wait atleast a year for Ford to work out all the bugs with the "new" Ranger. First year models of redesigned or new generation of vehicle usually have alot of small problems.
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Personally I would wait atleast a year for Ford to work out all the bugs with the "new" Ranger. First year models of redesigned or new generation of vehicle usually have a lot of small problems.
Thank you SO much! I appreciate your decision, since, as it is, I have to wait more than four months to get mine. You might have made it even longer.


The only possible concern for me would be more content choices like Limited Slip, or a color choice like RaceRed.


I can tell you haven't been buying Fords.
I will admit that the 1950 Ford had several small improvements over the '49!... like better door handle/latches and better initial alignment, but I wasn't buying at the time.
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