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Classics Buy This Rare 1991 Ford SkyRanger Convertible, Forever Rule Radwood

11:57  12 august  2020
11:57  12 august  2020 Source:   autoclassics.com

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The SkyRanger comes bundled with the original dealer brochure and benefits from a functional air conditioning system, power locks, cruise control The listing which will come to an end tomorrow has a starting bid of ,999 and at the moment there aren't any bids. Gallery: Rare 1991 Ford SkyRanger

Attention people there is something to sell, Should one of you just the inconspicuous sum of good 40.000 dollars left, so this amount can be in a super rare and pretty crazy " 1991 er Ford Skyranger Convertible SUV" be invested. The car is currently through "thehistorian "on Ebay from 28.999

a car parked in a parking lot: 1991 Ford SkyRanger Convertible Closeup Front © AutoClassics.com Copyright 1991 Ford SkyRanger Convertible Closeup Front

The early 1990s was a very strange yet very cool time in America.

Those who recall the curious span of years between the late 1980s and the early 1990s might recognize this classic compact Ford Ranger. For a brief period in automotive history, there was a considerable fascination for convertible pickup trucks. Dodge even offered its midsize Dakota with a drop top straight from the factory, but this Ford isn’t a factory offering. That makes exceedingly rare, and yes, it's for sale.

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Dealer Uplink. Very Rare 1991 Ford SkyRanger Convertible Pickup Surfaces On eBay http://ow.ly/2ZknOL.

Have you ever wanted to drive a convertible pickup truck that is named like a superhero? If so, then today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Skyranger might be the truck for you. Why Skyranger ? Well, because of that convertible top of course. Drop that and the entire heavens are your playground.

It gets even better, however. This particular SkyRanger is a 1991 model and reportedly shows just 7,600 miles on the odometer. It looks stunning in the photos, and with such low mileage, we can understand why. Additionally, the Craigslist ad states the air conditioning was converted to R134 as opposed to running the old R12 refrigerant, and with an updated AC condenser added in 2017, the air blows nice and cold.

Photo Credit: Craigslist

Of course, why would you want to run the air conditioner when you can lower the top? The SkyRanger was converted from an extended cab, long bed Ranger. As the photos show, the top rests where the small jump seats would normally be, essentially turning this truck into a single-cab machine. The listing says a V6 sits under the hood, driving the rear wheels (four-wheel-drive is selectable) with a manual transmission. With an open roof and a modestly powerful six-pot, it actually sounds like a fun little truck to drive.

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View 1991 Ford SkyRanger images from our Rare 1991 Ford SkyRanger listed on eBay for ,999 buy it now price photo gallery. Photo ID: 546516.

Skyranger convertible 4X4 loaded. Year: 1991 . Ranger pickup that was professionally converted by asc into a convertible pickup and sold through ford dealershipsi have had the truck for seven years but I have not driven IT

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Not much is known about the SkyRanger. According to the listing, a Michigan-based company called Professional Autocrafters Group did the conversion and pitched the idea to Ford as something the company could sell through dealerships. Apparently, company brass wasn’t interested and the deal never happened. The listing says less than 13 were ultimately made, but an actual production number isn’t known.

This one exists, however, and as you might expect with the rarity and low mileage, it’s worth a bit more than a typical 1991 Ranger. The seller claims to have owned it for 12 years and is asking $24,995, but there are few automotive examples that so clearly embody the late-80s / early-90s microcosm of motoring as this convertible truck. And you’ll probably never see anything else like it on the road.

More info is available at the source link below … at least until it sells.

Source: Craigslist via Automobile

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