Thursday, October 3, 2019

Old School: 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon

Ford was still using the old school "full sized model year" designation for its big cars when the 1960 Ford hit the showrooms, even though they had started selling compact Falcons and the sporty Thunderbird. Naturally the big Ford was a popular item and was sold in a number of different body shapes/styles including the wicked Ranch Wagon trim...which wasn't good for ranching when new, but is certainly good for cruising around your local car shows today. Find this 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon offered for $12,900 near Cincinnati, OH via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


From the seller:

1960 ford ranch wagon
fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: manual


'60 ford ranch wagon,solid texas car.292 4sp.former show car.older custom paint that still looks good.strong driver.needs light cosmetics to be a real head turner.drive anywhere.no junk.wagons are hot right now,get in way back of the money.must sell.looking for a good offer,not firm on the price.may take partial trade on ford, gm,mopar muscle only.i don't need aunt may's 62 rambler.no text!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! they will not be answered!!!!!!!!!!!!!call only!!!!!!!!!


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2 comments:

  1. I've never liked the 60 Fords, but this is definitely different. Probably a fun cruiser, but I'd hate to try to bend it around a curve. I'm not sure how the Ranch Wagons could be optioned from the factory - the bucket seats look to be from a mid-60s Thunderbird, but I'm not sure about the 4 speed. Anybody know if buckets and 4 on the floor were an option?

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