Ford Motor Co. looks to extend the shelf life of its aging Ford Ranger pickup line with the addition of a special-edition STX package for ’05. Ford shows off the Ranger STX at the Washington D.C. auto show, which runs Dec. 26-Jan. 2. The auto maker plans to sell 5,000 annually. The pickup goes on sale in January with a host of interior and exterior tweaks. The vehicle only comes as rear-wheel drive, carrying a sticker price of $16,020 for the RegularCab, $18,060 for the SuperCab 2-door ...

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