1990 Ford Ranger: Affordable Baja-style Ride Available for Purchase.

Ultimate Off-Roading Upgrade: Perfect for High-Speed Adventures

A Prerunner, a specialized truck used for reconnaissance purposes, has been created from a 1990 Ford Ranger. This incredible scouting vehicle is now available for purchase on Cars & Bids, and although there are still six days left to bid, the current offer stands at less than $2,000.

The Ranger PreRunner boasts a distinct appearance with F-150 Raptor-inspired fiberglass front and rear body panels, complemented by a unique vinyl wrap. Keeping true to its theme, it features standard Ford F-150 headlights and taillights. Enhancing its rugged look are off-road lights, a personalized front grille featuring an illuminating LED light bar, and a dual mount for spare tires. This vehicle is sure to catch the eye of any off-road enthusiast.

Although it may not boast the championship-winning capabilities of the Baja Bronco Raptor and the Ford F-150 Raptor R, its appearance certainly reflects its potential.

The vehicle is outfitted with strengthened front and back frame sections, a specialized protective enclosure, a long-distance free-floating suspension system from Camburg Engineering, extensive 20-inch shock absorbers in the front and 25-inch shocks in the rear from King, a steering kit from PSC Motorsport, and robust 15-inch rims secured with beadlocks and covered in 35-inch General Grabber tires.

There is a hidden surprise lurking within this vehicle that may not appeal to everyone. The engine is equipped with a Chevrolet LS1 6.0-liter V8, paired with a TH350 automatic transmission that has a manual valve body and Florida Torque converter. While the exact horsepower has not been disclosed, the stock LS engine typically produces between 300 to 340 horsepower.

In addition to this, the truck is equipped with various upgraded components including an altered intake system, a unique exhaust system, a modified fuel tank, and a specialized Art Carr shifter.

The interior of the off-road suitable pickup truck boasts a distinctive aluminum dashboard and center console, complemented by top-notch Autometer gauges. Along with upgraded seats, 5-point PRC harnesses and a customized steering wheel elevate the driving experience. To enhance its performance, the Ford pickup also sheds unnecessary weight by ditching carpets and door cards.

The Baja Ford Ranger is not without its flaws, according to a recent Carfax report. It was first issued a salvage title in the state of California back in June of 1995. After being rebuilt, it received another title change in Nevada – this time in both 2012 and 2018. Additionally, there is evidence of mileage being misrepresented, as a replacement odometer was installed in April of 2012, concealing the truck’s true mileage.

Apart from this, the Ranger exhibits several scratches, dings, and imperfections. Moreover, there are signs of corrosion on the front grille, push bar, and spare tire holder.

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