Those who know trucks are going to get excited about this 1991 Dodge Power Ram 150. After all, this the rarely-seen extend cab and long bed form. And this low-mileage Floida 4x4 has been looked after quite correctly, so you're going to love digging into all the details.
Dodge trucks just seem to have a unique presence. The blocky, muscular bodylines make this one intimidating machine. It's balanced nicely by the sophisticated appearance of the two-tone black and silver with a red pinstripe for added distinction. The nice gloss of the paint also highlights how straight the body is – a near-miracle on a vehicle designed to be used as a work tool. Then again, this is a local truck that has averaged around 2,300 miles annually, so it has been cared for correctly. But looking good doesn't mean missing out on work-ready ability. Just look at the tall 4x4 ground clearance, proper tow hitch, and project-ready long bed. So this is a vintage truck that's ready to handle your weekend activities.
If you like the red pinstripe on the outside, then you'll love the full red interior. There's two high-back bucket seats finished in a comfy velour. Behind that is the rare rear bench for extra passengers and/or secured storage. The classic two-spoke Dodge steering wheel gives you an excellent grip, and it provides an unobstructed view of the tri-pod gauge setup. You can easily enjoy this one over the long haul thanks to a long option list that includes power windows, power locks, cruise control, cup holder center console, and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. You can open the vent windows and slide the rear glass open to get that perfect breeze flowing through the cab. But if you need a little more, there's also R134a air conditioning.
A big truck needs proper power under the hood, and this one has the believed original 318 cubic-inch V8. And no matter if you're towing a boat or making a school run, you'll love the hardy power that comes from this fuel-injected setup. The presentation is clean, honest, and well maintained – exactly what you want in a useful classic. And that's how to view this Ram. You've got great features for daily driving, such as the power steering, front disc brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive. And when it comes time to hit the trail, you have a two-speed transfer case and meaty BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires on upgraded Ion Alloy wheels.
Complete with owner's manual, a classic and powerful Ram like this means you get to be the most interesting person at the jobsite, campsite, or concert tailgate - all for an affordable price. Don't let this opportunity slip by. Call today!!!
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