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Project Ram During my military training in Borden Ontario I needed an affordable truck to get around base. I purchased this 1985 Dodge Ram D100 in Ottawa. It has a 360 with auto transmission some body work needed but everything worked during my 7 month stay in barracks. Later I got posted in Edmonton Alberta and this truck needed serious engine, transmission and body work done. The transmission got sent away for rebuild, engine is getting rebuilt and some upgrades, and the truck got sent away for body work. To be continued...
I bought this W150 from my Dad, he had owned if for about 8 years. It started it's life as a government vehicle for the Oregon State Game Dept., used as a Game Wardens truck. It's a 1990 W150, auto trans, 360, superwinch hubs, and cab cargo light. It's tan and a short bed, which the short bed I thought was odd for a government vehicle. Dad bought it from the auction and it came with all the service records. He only used it in the 8 years just a handful of times, hunting and hauling hay to the ... read more >>
Junkyard To Highway Bought it from a junk yard in Knoxville, TN. It was wrecked in the front but I was in love. Pulled it home and got to work. I still have a lot to go on it as far as exterior goes, but it has a full engine swap with a 5.7 hemi from a 2008 1500.
Big Red The sentimental value that my family has with this truck goes back farther than I have been alive. The truck has been in the family since 1999 when my uncle bought it from a repo lot. He liked the truck because it was the color of the then 49ers jersey, he could care less what kind of truck it was. As I started to grow up, he became my biggest role model, and along with it the truck that he drove became just as special. In 2009 my uncle needed to part ways with the truck, and ... read more >>
Ole Red My 1993 Dodge Ram D250 with the 5.9L Cummins Turbo Diesel engine, was purchased used by my family in 1996, with just over 60,000 miles on it. It was given to me to start with as a high school graduation gift. Over the last 23 years of ownership, Red proved to be an incredibly reliable and tough truck. We used it from everything to general work around my dad's farm, to delivering cars via trailer throughout the midwest US; during our years operating a car hauling business on the side. Red never skipped a beat. In the ... read more >>
This truck was purchased from the original owner in Alabama in 2010. It was a complete untouched 78,000 mile survivor. It had the typical rust in the floor pans, but it has no body rust and had never been in an accident. I lower the front 7 inches and the rear 5 inches and it runs 17inch wheels and tires. Other then the drop the truck still runs the original 318/727 and has factory A/C. The truck was repainted in 2014 back to the original two tone colors. I was able to replace all the trim and emblems with ... read more >>
Little demon Well I got the truck from a guy that didn't know what he had for $3000 and had to put some money in to it and clean it up. I had to rebuild the front end and had to put new seats in it, also had to get to new fenders and a window regulator.
From as early as I can remember, my grandpa had always had a red Dodge Dakota. It was as much of a part of my childhood as anything. I didn’t know it at the time, but the many memories shared in that truck is what would kick start my passion! Fast forward to when I was old enough to buy a vehicle of my own and I came across this, my 2005 Dodge Ram 1500. I have spent countless hours with my dad modifying and making this truck mine. It has a 3-inch suspension lift, 35-inch tires, upgraded axles ... read more >>
This is my 1977 Dodge W 200 Crew Cab. It is my second pick up. My first was a 1979 Club Cab. I loved driving that truck, but the body was pretty beat and I had an opportunity to upgrade to a larger cab, so I took it. Favoring the look of the ’79 grille over the ’77, I was able to keep the grille from my first truck, and put it on this truck. I’ve also swapped out the 5.9L 12v Cummins from a ’96 Ram. This truck runs great. My future plans include a bed swap. I was ... read more >>