The third generation Ford Ranger was first built in 1998 and lasted all the way until 2012. It wasn’t an earth shattering car when new, but it offered a decent tradeoff of usability versus price. Today’s example is both more useable and more expensive, but in a good way- it has a Cummins 4BT, which is a 3.9 liter inline-4 turbo diesel. Find this 2000 Ford Ranger offer for $17,000 near Huntsville, AL via craigslist.
From the seller:
2000 ford ranger
cylinders: 4 cylinders
title status: clean
This is a 2000 Ford Ranger with a Cummins 4BT swap. This is a running and driving, take it to work everyday kind of swap. Drives great! No problem driving down the interstate at 70 all day long. Ac and heat work well! This is a ready to drive swap, not a half done project. Clean title in hand. Not in a rush to sell. Located in Toney, AL. I didn’t do the swap, I bought it mostly the way it sits now. Text is the best way to reach me, calls are ok but I may not be able to answer all the time. Asking $17,000.
Cummins 4BT with 35,000 miles on rebuild (ARP Headstuds, rebuilt VE pump, timing advance spacer, stock timing, HX30 turbo)
200,000 miles on body
F150 5 speed manual (M5ODR2)
F150 Transfer Case (Borg Warner 4406)
Ford 8.8 31 spline rear axle with disc brakes
3.27 gears front and rear
Sound deadening on hood, firewall, and cab
ARE Camper shell
2 Keys for truck and shell
Also have toolbox, bull bar, and a new set of manual locking hubs to go with truck (never got around to installing the locking hubs
I have more technical info on the truck, if you have any questions, just ask.
Text is preferred, calls are ok, if I don’t answer shoot me a text. Asking $17,000.
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