Posted by RiveraNotario
That could’ve been taken anywhere in the western hemisphere in the last 25 years or so. I wonder where each of those was assembled. I’d say it’s likely that at least one was built in South America.
Thia Ranger is earlier than Argentine production, so it comes from the US. And the Explorer wasn’t built around here so it’s gotta be from NAFTA too.
The only thing that would make this picture better is if the Ranger had been an ’89-’92 model. Fun fact: the ’91-’94 Explorer’s front end was shared with the Ranger STX from that time.
My friend had one of the Tacomas with the sludgy V-6 and he let it go to the point where repair was economically unfeasible. On its last legs, he drove it to the Subaru dealer (famous for not giving a good deal on anything) who offered him $3k on the trade, after he’d fully disclosed the issues.
The dealer told him the Tacoma would be on a boat to South America within 48 hours.
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