Behold, an early 1990s Ford Ranger. A little useful cube of a truck that, aside from a visual freshening to bring it in line with it’s Explorer SUV sibling, was pretty much the same small truck it had been since it’s introduction in 1983. The Ranger was meant to be small, useful, and able to handle any task thrown at it. It was just a good small truck, nothing more…but a good small truck filled to the brim with nitrous-huffing V8 engines tend to roll out like a fat kid after an all-you-can-eat chocolate buffet. J. Malcom caught this example running and at first glance…well, being honest, it looked like it had a broken rear suspension. The rear looks low, the front looks high, and it doesn’t gel until you watch this little truck launch. And believe me, readers, it launches, and it’s very effective!