This 1970 Ford Ranchero Restomod has awesome stroker V8 power, a five-speed upgrade, four-wheel disc brakes, and a custom A/C interior built for both speed and comfort. Best of all, this fully upgraded pickup is wrapped in an ultra-sleek two-tone presentation. The '70 Ranchero is a great starting point for custom upgrades. It was already the right mix of handsome and aggressive with the updated Tornio-based styling that was pure muscle car cool. And this one adds to that with a ton of custom style. The front end is a smooth single piece that accentuates the shapely pointed fender ends. The door handles were shaved and the panels line up well, and so you really see the curves of the sheet metal in the profile. The rear keeps the smooth look going with the integrated taillights and bumpers. And there are cool custom elements, like the spoiler and Rancher pinstriping. There's a slick silver paint with plenty of metallic to radiate in the sunshine. And the black makes for a tasteful two-tone that also shows off a nice dark side. After all, it coordinates with a hood scoop, blackout grille, sport mirrors, and a chin spoiler big enough to make this look like a Boss Mustang. The remote door opener is on your key fob, and it's your gateway to an interior that continues the dark and premium feeling. There's a quality feeling in the fundamentals with carpeting, dash pad, door panels all showing a deep color. Plus, the seats are great-looking upgraded buckets with a center console in-between. There are comfortable features like an AM/FM/XM/CD stereo w/USB input, cup holders, power windows, and cold-blowing air conditioning. There's a Grant sports steering wheel, upgraded auxiliary gauges, and a tach mounted prominently on the top of the dash. And have you counted the gears on the Hurst shifter yet? The dark engine bay has a clean and mean appearance. At the center is a 408 cubic-inch stroker V8. It's built with a full Edelbrock performance suite that includes aluminum heads, an RPM Air-Gap intake, and a four-barrel carburetor on top. It also has good supporting components like a large Champion three-row aluminum radiator, an HEI distributor, tidy MSD plug wires, and the battery mounted in the rear for better weight distribution. It fires up readily as the Hooker headers add extra power and rumble to the H-pipe dual exhaust. The Tremec TKO500 is a stout five-speed that gives you full control over the powerful motor. This feeds a Ford 9-inch rear with versatile 3.25 gears (a 3.89 setup also comes with the sale.) Power steering, wide BF Goodrich T/As, and upgraded four-wheel power disc brakes make for a great all-around driving package. The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, maintenance records, and two binders of restoration receipts. This is one of the most distinctive years for the Ranchero, and this restomod maximizes the best of it all. So don't miss your chance, call today!