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Appears to be a gen 2 Ford Ranger.
 

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Really,,,,, no smart ass comments like "it's a ford ranger" or "a parking lot"..... Very disappointed in y'all….. I at least expected Dirtman to say something smart ass....
 

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The front of a Jaguar, oh, and a 1989-1992 STX Ranger with suspension lift, not body lift, since bumper doesn't have the gap, but bumper could have been lifted as well :)
 
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Obviously.... I don't think anyone takes what you say seriously lol so yes, purely entertainment. Now dance!
 

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Lol but seriously though, anyone seen a livery like that? I would assume it’s some sort of STX purely by the ride height and blacked out bumper/trim, but most of those have pretty distinctive decals
 

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Man, love the blacked out trim. Would love to do that on my Explorer.

Doesn't look real special from here, run of the mill STX with a lift of some sort. It looks taller than the high rider trucks, so I'm guessing maybe 3-4" aftermarket lift.
 

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Hard to tell with the reflections, but it looks like some bent beams a la "pre-runner".
 

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Hard to tell with the reflections, but it looks like some bent beams a la "pre-runner".
I kind of see what you are seeing as well, looks like someone just lifted a 4x2 Ranger. I thought I could see manual locking hub knobs on it but maybe those are just some center caps...the picture isn't very good to really tell for sure.
 

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I kind of see what you are seeing as well, looks like someone just lifted a 4x2 Ranger. I thought I could see manual locking hub knobs on it but maybe those are just some center caps...the picture isn't very good to really tell for sure.
Definitely 2wd, youre correct about them being center caps. Couldn’t get that good of a look at it but didnt look like bent beams, but has an aftermarket steering stabilizer tucked up there. Any more sarcasm and some drunken ranting and this would be just like DezertRangers haha😂
 

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Very hard to tell but if thats a bench seat in it then I would say its a base model '92. 1st year for head rest on a bench, plain egg crate grill & bumper. Definetly not an STX. Custom stripes but they look cool.
 


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