^ for that reason, I like the one on the right. There's no vertical elements to the design of that gen ranger. It matches the body lines better.
The ranger is a minimalist truck, the minimalist grill fits. <smokes long cigarette, wears black beret>
Finally figured out what was holding the plastic on. Turns out the carpeted bit lifts off to reveal screws.
Got all the trim off, kinda wish I didn't.
PO stuffed insulating foam between the sheared metal to conceal it, clever.
Looks like I'm gonna go order new inner fenders as well...
@Shran You could call this a restomod of sorts. Hot cam, headers, etc...
I'm not much of a rock crawler but it will definitely see more dirt than the lifted WJ's prowling around Atlanta.
Replacement rear quarter panels are in the mail along with some harbor freight paint guns. The next big issue...
I'm feeling a bit inept right now. How does one remove this broad piece of trim. All the screws are out, overhead handle's off.
It feels like its caught on the carpeted bit beneath the window but I can't see far enough to find what it's secured with.
So this happened...
Turns out the vehicle came with an e-shift transfer case but at some point an owner installed the floor yoke. The intent will be to revert back to the buttons.
I would like to offer the biggest of middle fingers to the team of engineers who thought this was an acceptable...
Welcome! Definitely upload pictures! Broncograveyard is good but it can be expensive. eBay is definitely full of good deals, too.
I bet you as a European have some resources we Americans don’t have for the cologne V6. You could really make something special.
More body parts were removed today.
Kinda cool.. in a Mad Max sorta way.
If I had a dollar for every hornets nest I've found in this car, I'd have like, 9 dollars.
Also, check the insane body gap. Quarter panel got smacked hard.
So much mud... Everywhere it shouldn't be.