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Q: What is your opinion on Ford Ranger 1999?

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What is your opinion on Ford Ranger 1999?

A: 99 was a decent year for the Ranger. It&#39...

99 was a decent year for the Ranger. It's an older vehicle. You'd want to check it out to see if anything else is wrong. But they were pretty good vehicles in 1999. Just don't get one if you live in a rust area up North. It's all rust and the frames rot away. You don't want to buy a car with a rotten frame. That's just not worth it. If you are going to buy a used car, especially an older one like that, I highly suggest getting a pre-purchase inspection so that you can be aware of the potential problems that you may have overlooked on the car.

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