645,678 Miles And Still Running, Somehow, Same Engine!
DEC
11

I bought this truck used with 97,000 or so, and i drive back and forth from montana and florida about twice every month.. i also use it has my daily driver and my business truck, formy detailing business. this truck has had no major problems, other than new transmission, spark plugs, ball joints, altenator, new battery, belts, and tires of course haha.. well im doing this story to see if ford is interesyed in my truck for a commercial, or maybe they would consider giving me a newer truck for christmas since i cant affors one.. hah anyways thank you ford for making my life easier and worry free with my truck!!

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3 COMMENTS ON THIS STORY
Rod F I feel your joy...... 165,000 on an 02 Ranger. No failures except the battery after 10 years. Oh well tires and regular service stuff. It broke my heart when Ford stopped making the Lit'l Ranger. I refuse to sell my Ford!
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JAY H dang thats a lot of miles great lookin truck to
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Paul R I am a Internet Sales Manager for Davies Ford in Connellsville Pa. That is absolutley amazing and I think Ford being innovated should take care of this man and get him a new truck and put his in a museum
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