Quick view Details Ken Harrison | sku: 2802 KHE-300-USB with bluetooth 51 MSRP: Now: $279.00 Choose Options Compare Quick view Ken Harrison | sku: 2802 KHE-300-USB with bluetooth 51 KHE-300-USB The Ranchero was one cool whip being the first to shine a truck bed. Its unique physique during the 23 year run it had, marked it as one of America’s favorite compact, fuel efficient, powerhorse cars. Whether... MSRP: Now: $279.00 Choose Options Compare Compare Selected Some people want a truck. Their nice to have when you need to haul something or tow a trailer. You can even put a plow on it if you need. The downside is that they drive like a truck which means fairly rough but that's the price you pay for being big and burly. They also usually get fairly bad mileage. Of course some people want a car. They get great mileage, the ride is smooth, you can seat your family in there with no problems and they are just fun to drive. The downside you really can't haul anything or tow anything and lets be honest its just not as tough as a truck. So what if I told you that you could have the best of both worlds? Well Ford thought the same thing so they created the Ranchero. The Ranchero was basically a Fairlane with a bed which mean you could haul some lumber or tow a boat yet still keep the car like ride since it was built on a car platform. Since it was quite unique it really sold well and since it was a Ford, it was built to be great. But wait, its still a classic car or truck, depending on how you look at it so it has the classic car problems, namely the really bad radio. The classic car radio is just awful, no power, bad reception and just plain bad sound really put a crimp on the fun of your Ranchero. So what can a Ranchero owner do? You get your butt over to Vintage Car Radio and take a long look at the line of Ken Harrison radios. Ken Harrison radios are at the top of the heap when it comes to the classic car radio. The sound is amazing and they are built to last. So what are you waiting for? Get yourself a Ken Harrison radio now!