Yes, three vehicles. Two Explorers and a Ranger. Considering parting with the Ranger as it is the most worn out and isn't driven much anymore.
My 1994 Explorer 2 door Eddie Bauer 4x4 is my "collector car." I was not actively shopping when I bought it, but will always consider a square body Explorer. A friend sent me the link to it on Facebook Marketplace, and I had to have it. It has rare options, and I'm sure very few 2 door Eddie Bauers are left. It's also in excellent condition, but I don't want to use it up and put a ton of miles on it since I basically plan on keeping it forever, so it's usually just driven on weekends for fun/errands. It can daily when needed no problem, but I don't really want to commute in it and risk it getting wrecked or just worn out from use. If I could only have one vehicle, this would be it, but since I can have more I try not to rack up the miles on this one, while still using it enough that it doesn't degrade from sitting.
My daily driver is my 1997 Explorer XLT 4 door 2WD. I bought it in kind of neglected, but not ragged out condition in October 2020 after my 1994 4-door Explorer XLT was wrecked. It was not really what I wanted, but there was just nothing available at the time. I really did not want a SOHC most of all, but it ran and drove, had matching original wheels and floor mats, two original keys and remotes, no rips in the seats, etc for $1500. I put a fair amount of work into it including ball joints, water pump, and tires, but expected that. I've put about 17k on it and it's doing great. It's a really good driving and versatile vehicle. It's not big, but it's surprising what will fit in the back with the seats folded. I've hauled more furniture and TVs with this thing than the Ranger since I've had it. It also admittedly handles a lot better or at least more car-like than the 1994. Part of the reason I put the 1994 on a pedestal is the Twin Traction Beam front end with an old style steering box, but the 1997 has rack and pinion steering and regular IFS and handles like a regular modern car, and that's nice for most of my driving. It also has an incredibly comfortable interior. I will keep it until it has some major issue that makes it not worth it, which would probably be timing chains. I probably would have the transmission rebuilt or replaced if that went out, but not so sure on an engine. Thankfully, my SOHC runs great.
I've had the Ranger since 2008 and have almost always had a pickup or two. It's pretty beat up though and I don't drive it much anymore. It actually drives good except for one issue I haven't figured out yet. When cold, it will intermittently lose power, while also making a chirping noise. It goes away once warmed up. It's definitely cam synchro related, but I've already tried replacing it. It fixed it for a week, but then did the exact same thing. I'm hoping it was a bad part, but haven't had time to replace it again. I'm worried it may be an issue with the cam itself. The truck has 256k miles and hasn't had the easiest life, so it doesn't owe me anything. At least three people have expressed interest in buying it, but I'm not quite ready to part with it yet.