The blue interior should look and feel familiar to anyone who drove an '80s Ram pickup truck, but it's the back seat and cargo area that make this truck special. There's a column-mounted shifter for the 3-speed automatic transmission while the shifter for the 2-speed transfer case is waaaay over there on the passenger's side. Fuel injection completely rebuilt, new fuel pump. Body is completely rust free, needs window motor on the right door and the electric door locks do not work. Usually when you think of Dodge Ram Charger you think of a lifted 4x4, right? Wheels are Dodge factory aluminum from a 1991 van, stock steel wheels included with the car. Please verify that these dimensions will suit your needs and fit in your 1989 Dodge Charger to your satisfaction prior to purchase or trimming.
You may never find another one of these at any price and in any condition, let alone one this nice and with just 77,765 original miles. Tall bucket seats remain in impressive condition save for a tear on the bottom passenger side seat with comfortable blue fabric that seems to wear like iron, and the original carpets are surprisingly plush for a truck. The Ramcharger continued to be sold in Mexico and Canada until 1996, with minor running changes from the last version sold in the U. She has been sitting awhile since I got a smaller , more gas friendly car in March, but the inspection should not be a problem. Also available was an insulated center console for keeping items cool when filled with ice. However, they are one of the few vehicles that looks good in either direction.
In 1986, they redesigned it to be the much more appealing crosshair grille that is common on many Dodges today. This one also features some very nice chrome bumpers, a lot of shiny stainless trim and correct emblems everywhere they're supposed to be. For example, you can swap body panels between generations and they will fit but the outer bodylines won't match up. Also in 1974, the big block 440 V8 became an option, but turned out to be the only year with the option. This list should only include vehicles sold under the Dodge nameplate as opposed to rebadged Dodges sold under the Chrysler nameplate , and is not complete.
It was only sold in Mexico where the previous generation Ramcharger had been successful. The truck rides well, is quiet and comfortable. Warsaw, Poland: Print Shops Prego - Polska Sp. The Trail Duster was only available for one year with the Ram design and steel non-removable top, as it was dropped after the 1981 model year. Comes with all the parts to overhaul the front suspension.
Marketed as a basic utility vehicle, only the driver's seat was standard equipment with the passenger seat optional up to 1976. In 1991, there were another batch of grill changes that lasted until 1994 when American Ramcharger production stopped. In 1988 the clutch was converted from a mechanical linkage to a hydraulic system. Two wheel drive models used the 5 on 4. Well, this 1989 Dodge Ram Charger is completely the opposite.
I have a Vin Check Report, but am not computer savvy enough to figure out how to post it to this ad, but can send it in an E-mail to anyone interested, and I will continue trying to figure it out! The two-tone paint was refinished recently and looks fantastic today; so nice, in fact, that you'll definitely think twice before heading out into the brush where you'll be needing that 4-wheel-drive. Also note that from 1927 to 1928, all trucks built by Dodge were actually sold under the name, as that company held the marketing rights at that time. Here's how: Website: Facebook: Google+: Pinterest: Twitter: YouTube: Don't forget to subscribe to our channel to see more videos of some of the greatest classic, collectible, and exotic cars the world has to offer. The vehicle was powered by the , the most common being the 318 cu in 5. How many do you want? The 1974 through 1980 models came without a roof, with a dealer-installed fabric top, or an optional removable steel roof with a flip up rear tailgate window. They are commonly built up as lifted 4 wheel drives, but there is occasionally a lowered 2 wheel drive version.
There is a nice stereo system with bass boxes included. The early 1974 year model differs from the others in that its door pillars are attached to the removable roof. In 1979, the 360 cu in 5. This Ram Charger rides on an air ride suspension, which allows for normal ride height, or you can slam it to the ground for that cool factor. Available in Black, Tan or Grey. This one is so nice underneath that it appears to still have the original Y-pipe in place with a pair of mufflers behind it for a very hushed sound on the road.
They had a grill style that is commonly referred to as the egg crate grille because of its shape and was kept until 1985. Interior is in decent shape for its age but is not perfect. The driveline is equally stout, with the requisite transfer case, axles, and gears to make it effective in the rough stuff and the suspension consists of stock leaf springs and shocks all around. Powered by the 318 cu in 5. This is something different yet cool all at the same time.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. It is still a very popular vehicle with the daily driver or custom automotive fanatic. It was discontinued at the end of the 1993 model year in North America. The battery is dead from sitting so long, but it's a good battery and charges with no problem. She seems fine other than being in need of fluids. Textured finish and raised areas help prevent cargo from shifting.