ummmm ..... if i was looking for a nostalgic take on a beloved classic vehicle, the Ranger "Splash" package wouldn't be it.
That is not strictly true, I owned a 1992 Ranger Sport with the "Splash" graphics package as an option which was the old square body design. It predated the 1993+ version which was a stepside.The original Ranger Splash was a flare side bed, wheel wells outside the bed. This appears to only be another trim package joining the black package, chrome package and sport package.
That's why I said " not strictly true" The Splash graphic was a no cost option on the Sport, but it was listed as "Splash" on the options list for 1992.Somewhat confused here. For 1992, with the square Ranger, you could get a sport package. That's what is in the picture. For 1993, they debuted the restyled Ranger with the Splash package available. If there was a '92 Splash, I don't see mention of it.
My '92 was the best handling Ranger I ever drove, In fact Ford even advertised it as a "Sports Car with a big trunk!Not only was the Splash a step side bed, the suspension and wheels were different. My dad had a 93 Scab Splash with the 4.0l 5 speed. I was driving a 93 Standard Cab with 4.0l Auto. The suspension on the Splash made it so much for fun to drive.
That's a 1998 Ford Ka that the company customized to support their LGBT employees. It reminds me of Simone Giertz's customized Tesla she named, 'Truckla'.just paint does not an splash make
what was that little car next to the gayest raptor? I WANT IT!!!
...or over the bed rails to pick or place something, or tailgate, for that matter.I love that even on the "high riding" version of that era's trucks a normal human could casually lean with their arm over the hood.