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1991 Dodge Ramcharger
The Ramcharger was a beast of an SUV sold by Dodge from 1974 until 1993. It was based on the D series / Ram pickup truck chassis. A second generation was sold in Mexico from 1999 until 2004.
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The engines on these 2 door sports utility vehicle ranged from a 318 cubic inch to a 440 cubic inch V8. Transmission options were the 4 speed manual and the 3 speed TorqueFlite automatic. Some of its competitors included the Chevy K5 Blazer and the Ford Bronco. The Ramcharger was most popular as a four wheel drive vehicle, although two wheel drive version were made for some reason, perhaps to appease the gas sippers that prevailed in the late 1970's. You can still find plenty of these on the road, usually with rusted fenders and very loud engines, mostly caused by a rusted out muffler. They can be found on the used car market, especially on eBay, and are very popular as cheap vehicles for work on farms. Farmers like driving strong vehicles that only cost a thousand bucks or so and can be bumped around and used for purposes the manufacturer would have never intended. For used parts, look in just about any auto parts store, or get them even cheaper online.
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