Real Wheels: Ada woman’s ’Low Ranger’ brings enjoyment


By Merri Hanjora - info@limanews.com



JoAnn Henry, of Ada, calls this 1999 Ford Ranger her “Low Ranger,” as it drops 6 inches with hydraulics.

JoAnn Henry, of Ada, calls this 1999 Ford Ranger her “Low Ranger,” as it drops 6 inches with hydraulics.


Merri Hanjora | For The Lima News

ADA — JoAnn Henry, of Ada, brought her 1999 Ford Ranger to the Westgate Charity Car Show last June.

She calls this her “Low Ranger,” as it drops 6 inches with hydraulics.

The Ford Ranger is one of the most popular small truck vehicles in America. It was in 1983 that Ford introduced the first Ford Ranger pickup truck. The company wanted a truck that could be parked in the garage but still be able to provide a bed for those needing to work.

The Ranger was discontinued in 2011, with Ford choosing to concentrate on the big truck market and its popular F-100 series. However, Ford brought the Ranger back in 2018.

While Henry points out how “cute” her truck is, she said, “We have 17 vehicles, but we do enjoy our trucks.”

JoAnn Henry, of Ada, calls this 1999 Ford Ranger her “Low Ranger,” as it drops 6 inches with hydraulics.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2019/04/web1_RealWheels.jpgJoAnn Henry, of Ada, calls this 1999 Ford Ranger her “Low Ranger,” as it drops 6 inches with hydraulics. Merri Hanjora | For The Lima News

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