2nd Generation Ford Ranchero Video with the whole story of the Falcon Ranchero 1960-1965 and artwork and T-Shirts below the vid! Video Source featuring Bronco Bob: americanmotorcycle
2nd Generation Ford Ranchero
This 1960 UTE is a 2nd Generation Ford Ranchero. The Second Generation introduced the Falcon Ranchero. The Second Gen ran 1960-1965. The automotive art in this segment is illustrative work by Chas Sinklier aka VivaChas! The Chevy El Camino is Chevrolet’s competitive model to the Ranchero. If you’re a fan of Ranchero you should have a print or product with this image on it! Buy it Now because there is no time like the present for a nice gift for yourself or a loved one. Click Here to Shop! ~;0) VivaChas Automotive Art!!
The Beginning of Change in Ranchero!
“The 1960-1963 Ford Falcon Ranchero was more practical than its diminutive looks suggested. Its 800-pound payload rated 100 pounds more than the much larger Chevrolet El Camino. Power wasn’t in the V-8 El Camino’s class, however: the Falcon’s sole engine at first was a 144-cid six rated at 90 bhp. The 1961 Ford Ranchero differed little in appearance from the 1960 model. Under the hood, however, buyers could opt for a larger, 170-cid six producing 101 bhp. The 1963 Ford Ranchero sported another new grille. More importantly, Ranchero optioned a V-8: Ford’s fine 260-cid small-block with 164 bhp.” Source: How Stuff Works – Additionally you can see more on Ranchero Here!
2nd Generation Ford Ranchero TV Commercial?
The New Falcon Ranchero proved to be a big surprise for the Muscle Car Crowd! But this Little Bewdy opened new territory in hauling your Stuff! The Falcon changed everything in cars of the time! Video Source: Jeff Quitney
1960 2nd Generation Ford Ranchero Brochure!
Print was King in the Sixties – Here’s part of a slick brochure from Ford featuring Falcon Ranchero attributes! Source: Old Car Brochures – And that reminds me of last Thursday! – Haa! A bunch of Cars & Coffee guys were having breakfast. A noob at the table asked how we knew so much about cars – While everyone chuckled I told the guy to check out a good place to start learning. I gave him this link to US Mechanic. It was a good day!
1964-65 2nd Generation Ford Ranchero!
This 1965 Ford Falcon Ranchero UTE is still a 2nd Generation Ford Ranchero. It’s Bigger! Offers more power! In 1965, the 289 cu in (4.7 L) V8 replaced the discontinued 260 and an alternator replaced the generator in all Ford cars. The Ranchero evolved right along with Falcon. It had grown! Yet it’s still smaller, lighter, and cheaper than a full-sized pickup truck! And indeed the Ranchero sold well in this incarnation. Source: Wiki Ranchero Get your VivaChas Print of this ’65 Ranchero and a bunch more products – Click Here to Shop! ~;0)
For 1965 the Ford Ranchero Brochure!
This Ford Ranchero Brochure for 1965 was slick and informative! How many Dreams of Ranchero sprang from this Print Bewdy! We’re sharing the whole Advertising piece with you thanks to the nice people at Old Car Brochures! Give ’em a visit! You may find your all time fave ride set in a slick Madison Avenue Brochure!
There You have it!
Right! – There You Have it! More info on the 1965 2nd Generation Ford Ranchero than you can shake an El Camino at! – And lots of other Fun tid-bits as well! If you’re a Ford Ranchero fan VivaChas is running a series on the Generations of the Ford Ranchero! Further, if you’re a Chevy El Camino fan We’re alternating each week with a series on the Generations of Chevrolet’s El Camino! Don’t worry about which week is which. Because if you’re a subscriber to the FREE VivaChas Newsletter you’ll never miss an issue!
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Just One More Thing!
Okay – just one more thing! I haven’t seen an episode of RoadKill in a long time! Let’s see what we’ve dug up for our mutual enjoyment from the lads from MotorTrend! And it’s about a Ranchero!! Source: Motor Trend Channel