A couple of Ranchero's

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These are 2 Mini Exotic's I built a couple of years ago. The 66 looks off to me, but I it's a Ranchero and I love them.

Al

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VERY NICE! ARE THESE BODIES STILL AROUND? I HAVEN'T SEEN THEM.

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VERY NICE! ARE THESE BODIES STILL AROUND? I HAVEN'T SEEN THEM.

I haven't these in years. Got them about 8 years ago.

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Gotta love Rancheros. Yours look great.

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Very nice!!!

i have a 70 Chero as well that i need to redo,did some work to it years ago and didnt fix an area i wasnt good in well till now, so i would like to redo it.......

i did get the trumpeter 'chero kit and can hard wait to dig into it! been after one of them for years!!

Mj

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They look great...

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These are 2 Mini Exotic's I built a couple of years ago. The 66 looks off to me, but I it's a Ranchero and I love them.

Al

The issue on the 66 is two things... First it is a 67... LOL... but the big thing is the quarter panels are off... They did not correct the "hump" along the upper belt line... The beltline on the 66/67 Ranchero is fairly straight... by doing it the way he did makes it look farther off than it probably really is...

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The issue on the 66 is two things... First it is a 67... LOL... but the big thing is the quarter panels are off... They did not correct the "hump" along the upper belt line... The beltline on the 66/67 Ranchero is fairly straight... by doing it the way he did makes it look farther off than it probably really is...

You are right in that it is a '67.. but I would love to have one of those even with the hump. Honestly, I never knew that anyone did a '67 ranchero! :wacko: The builds look great and I'd give either or both of them a home without second thought in a hurry if they were available. :D:D:D

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