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I believe a LTD is the same as the 1979 Ford Ranchero.
I am in the Kansas City area and if anyone local has one I would be happy to meet you to buy it.
I need the Driver side housing lens and bezel complete.
Please let me know if you have one. Thanks

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The seventh gen (last one) Ranchero was built on the mid-sized platform. Shared with LTD II not the full sized LTD.

If you are searching for parts, do include the II after the LTD.
And the LTD II would have sold in bigger numbers than Ranchero

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Regarding the bezel -
Metal or plastic?
Attached or separate from the lens?

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Welcome to the FFO!

The seventh gen (last one) Ranchero was built on the mid-sized platform. Shared with LTD II not the full sized LTD.

If you are searching for parts, do include the II after the LTD.
And the LTD II would have sold in bigger numbers than Ranchero

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Ok, thanks.
So for no luck everybody has the passenger side..
 

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Welcome to the FFO!

The seventh gen (last one) Ranchero was built on the mid-sized platform. Shared with LTD II not the full sized LTD.

If you are searching for parts, do include the II after the LTD.
And the LTD II would have sold in bigger numbers than Ranchero

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Ok, Thank you so much for all the info, hopefully I can find the part..
 

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I am not aware of anyone posting to this site in recent couple of years that has a 1970s Ranchero or a LTD II.
In doing some searches, LTD II sold in much greater number.
However in today's market I can not find any LTD II parts listed and few LTD II vehicles listed for sale.
There are a lot of general parts aimed at the Ranchero which I assume is far more popular today than the shared platform LTD II.

Years ago I had a 1979 LTD II for a company car. It was a rather odd car based on the options.

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