Since 1981, the Dodge Ram pickup, now known as the Ram pickup has been a popular full-size contender in the competitive North American pickup truck market. Of course, to differentiate it, Dodge, and later, Ram, have released special editions from time to time. This is one of those special editions that came during the third generation, a 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Rumblebee. It’s said that only 5,174 were produced in 2005, out of less than 10,000 produced overall. With just 11,000 reported miles, this Rumblebee makes for one fine addition to your garage.
A quick search of our inventory will reveal that we are not lacking RAM trucks to offer you, and here is yet another exciting addition to the pack. Formally, producing trucks under the Dodge moniker, The RAM pickups have grown to secure a renowned reputation today. In 2019, the RAM 1500 went on to achieve many awards including Edmunds Editors' Choice Award and North American truck of the year. This specimen shown will please you if you love the early looks of the RAM 1500 and admire the modern technology RAM trucks has to offer. The 2019 RAM 1500 Classic is a limited-edition model that brings back RAM's signature head grille and other design elements that captivated RAM aficionados. This stunning example of the 2019 RAM 1500 Classic edition has only 5,600 miles on it and comes with the Tradesman package.
When Dodge decided that they should install their monstrous 8.3L V10 engine from the Viper into another vehicle, they chose the Ram as the suitable candidate. Produced between 2004 and 2006, the Dodge Ram SRT-10 was classed as a sport pickup truck. Just 10,046 units were produced over the three-year run, and in July 2004, NASCAR driver Brendan Gaughan took the wheel of one to set the Guinness World Record as well as Sports Car Club of America record for the world’s fastest production run, averaging 154.587mph over a two-way run. That makes this 2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10 Crew a rather special vehicle from Texas with 83,000 miles.