Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to offer this 1969 Ford Ranger finished in Harbor blue with black trim and grill. The fifth-generation Ford F-Series, which is known by enthusiasts as the “Bump side,” was introduced for the 1967 model year. The F-100 model series continued with the same platform as the previous Fourth Generation F-Series but featured sharper styling and a larger cabin with comfort amenities. Under the long hood sits it’s small block V-8 that has a healthy sound coming through the mid-length headers. Power is sent to the 18″ chrome and black Style 645 Ridler wheels wrapped tightly in 255/55s via the automatic transmission. The cabin features a bench seat upholstered in black vinyl with matching door panel inserts and carpets as well as a dashboard painted to match the body. Additional additions include an aftermarket wood-rimmed steering wheel, hand-crank windows, and a Sony cassette stereo. Instrumentation includes a 100-mph horizontal speedometer, gauges for fuel level, battery charging status, coolant temperature and oil pressure. The five-digit odometer shows 81k miles, although true mileage is unknown. From the bright and colorful ’60s, this Ford F100 Ranger is a handsome hauler that’s still ready to work for a living.