Stunning 1971 Ford Ranchero with Bored Out 351 Cleveland
Avant-Garde 1971 Ford Ranchero in Stunning Dark Maroon Pearl
We haven’t seen for a long time this kind of Hot Rod, and what we are seeing today is a custom build 1971 Ford Ranchero. Everything at this Ranchero is styled with perfection. The front end has ‘70 Torino style with custom billet grille which hides the headlights and the bumper has been meticulously shortened, narrowed, and tucked.
The body at this 1971 Ford Ranchero is painted with probably the most stunning body color which is called dark Maroon Pearl, as a contrast, it has a matte charcoal stripe on the hood. The interior has been completely customized with high-quality black leather in combination with chromed molding. Besides, it is equipped with Dakota digital gauges, a Lokar shifter, a Billet Specialties steering wheel, and an Alpine audio system.
Beneath the hood, it is powered by a Ford 351 Cleveland V8 engine that was bored out to 408 cubic-inches. On top, it has a custom-built dual air intake with filters hiding under the fenders. Upfront, the stock suspension was swapped out for Mustang II coil-overs. Gorgeous Schott Accelerator d.concave wheels are equipped with Michelin Pilot Sport tires and all secured with Wilwood disc brakes on all four corners.
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