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I've got a 1994 Ford Ranger that a "friend" wore out the clutch on but as soon as it's back up and running full time it will be my daily driver when it rains. When dry I use a Goldwing though.) Aside from the cloth roof lining tearing and collapsing and the seat disintegrating, it's been as well maintained as possible and it replaces your cup holders with an ashtray meaning it has even less features. It's the toughest thing I've ever seen. (My 1970 Mustang Mach 1 was more fun to drive, but way less forgiving as regards maintenance.) It convinced me to go for a 2003 F-150 when we needed a family vehicle. Not bad for $10,000 on payments.Report it
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