Tipper Tian647 sent in a ’94 Explorer 2-door with the comment; Haven’t seen one of this generation in a long time…which got me thinking. The first generation Ford Explorer (1991-1994) were very popular when new and used to litter grocery store parking lots across the country — what happened to them? These 1st generation models were part of the infamous Firestone/Ford fiasco of the late 1990s and it is true that Ford recommended a 26 psi tire pressure in the stock Firestone tires equipped because at 35 psi the Explorer could roll over during a moose test style maneuver. So maybe they rolled over, or people abandoned them on the side of the highway and walked home because they were afraid of the imminent rollover event — anyway, you hardly ever see them on the road anymore. Where’d they go? Find this 1994 Ford Explorer Sport 4X4 offered for $2,300 in Tracy, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1994 ford explorer sport
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: red
title status: clean
1994 Ford Explorer Sport 4×4. My grandmother bought this SUV new back in 1994 and was handed down to our family when she passed. My son has been driving it as his car for the past 2 year to go to school and work locally. Never been wrecked and body is in great condition. It has been very reliable. It’s never been off road.
AC blows cold.
No trades please. Please no solicitors.
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