Honestly, I was out looking at
a Tacoma but just couldn't get over
that front end and I found the Toyota
dealers were just too proud of their
trucks. Went by the Ford dealer on the
way home and set my eyes on a loaded
Ranger Edge. I got more serious when I
found out my brother-in-law had a 2000
Ranger with 87,000 miles and the only
problem he's encountered has been a
sensor replacement, $34.00. I was
really sold when the dealer came $4000
off the list. Drove it back to St.
Louis that same week end and by the end
of the trip, I noticed the truck really
coming alive with personality, looks,
handling. Matched with the auto and
4.10 ratio gears you c
Ride, Ford quality.. Let's face it - if
you want a truck there's only one.
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