|Today 04:36 AM|
|Too Many Projects||
It's like a picture puzzle, where you look for the hidden images.
|Yesterday 08:21 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||Come on now ,a couple of you have found it an sent me a PM,,look a Little Harder|
|Yesterday 08:17 PM|
Yea that is what I was looking at to when I found the truck
|Yesterday 07:40 PM|
|Yesterday 03:04 PM|
LOL it is in plain sight if you look in the right place
|Yesterday 02:48 PM|
|Too Many Projects||I was looking for it in the valley between those vanilla hills but I see it is on top of....|
|Yesterday 02:42 PM|
|Yesterday 12:08 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||Ok here is an easy one ..can you spot the AD truck|
|Yesterday 12:01 PM|
I think the 2dr wagon was a Ranchwagon Milee maker and standard with a 6 cyl and the option was the Del rio
1957 Ford (USA) Station Wagon Ranch Wagon full range specs
|Yesterday 09:47 AM|
In 1957 Ford ceased production of the Parklane Ranch Wagon and began making the Del Rio Ranch Wagon, which was marketed as being a sportier 2-door wagon.
The floor is yours, 496CHEVY3100....
|Yesterday 07:47 AM|
They were cool.
Seems no answers ...Ramch Wagon
|05-02-2016 10:34 PM|
Parklane wasn't the answer I was looking for, but after some research, I think it's as correct as the one I was thinking of...at least in '56.
Let me rephrase my question: What was Ford's answer to the 1957 Chevy Nomad?
|05-02-2016 09:32 PM|
Ford had the Parklane
I think Edsel had the Ranger,,But their high end wagon 2 dr was called the Roundup
|05-02-2016 05:57 PM|
|Too Many Projects||Ranger XLT....|
|05-02-2016 05:14 PM|
Sorry for the delay. I forgot to check in this morning.
I can't think of a good question, so here's an easy one just to keep the ball rolling...
What trim package did Ford introduce to compete with Chevrolet's Nomad?
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