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Rugged Old Ram My story is not flashy or exciting. I have a ‘97 Dodge Ram 1500 that is used as a truck- hauling wood , pulling boats, plowing driveways, and transporting lumber. She was pretty when I started but Central New York winters are not kind to vehicles and it needs a little help now . The 5.9 motor is tough though and nothing gets in its way, especially snow. People are amazed at the snow it will push. I have over 3 thousand in repairs and upgrades and now I want to replace some sheet metal to ... read more >>
The Tank This was my son's truck through high school, he opted for a more economical vehicle so I started playing around with it. Its 1987 Ramcharger two wheel drive, original 318 built with 360 Edelbrock aluminum heads MSD ignition slight cam 3:90 rear end, has 73K original miles. I am selling it now to move onto another project. But I wanted to share my work.
Just One More Build To all my old friends and to all my new friends. I have had more race cars, street cars and choppers than I can remember. For the last 8 years I have been building MurderPete. It is pretty much done. I get asked all the time when I am going to build another HotRod. I always say some day. When I find the right one. Well here it is, a 1986 Dodge Ramcharger two wheel drive. I am thinking satin black, no side molding, huge rear tires, 4 wheel disc brakes, dark tint and a ... read more >>
Dakota I purchased the truck brand new after owning a 95 Dakota. I used it as a work truck for 10 years. After retiring I use the truck for fishing trips and hauling my labradors. The 8000 lb winch and the running boards and the bed liner were factory accessories put on by the dealer.
Rat Rod I’ve always been a gear head but never thought I would have the time or money to get something done. I bought this ‘49 Dodge for $300 after it spent 20 years in an Iowa cattle pasture, as a roller without the front clip. I didn’t want to spend the money on fenders and a grille, even if I could find them, so I stretched it out and hung the axle out front, rebuilt the frame from firewall forward, boxed and notched the rear, and it turned out pretty good. I found a ‘65 Sport Fury 383 ... read more >>
A Little Bit of Everything As a child, I grew up in a family of car guys, bikers and hippies. And there was my great uncle John Myers. I have a little bit of everything in me. But even as a small kid I was amazed at the beauty of my great uncles van. He was a Vietnam vet a wood worker a train lover and a vanner. He had the most BEAUTIFUL van till this day ever seen. Few years back cancer had taken John. John's sister my grandmother was so heart broken. And on top of that ... read more >>