- $23,995 Get Financing
- Seller: StreetsideNashville
- Phone: 615-930-0600
It's easy to notice the custom color theme inside and out on this 1989 Dodge Ramcharger 150 4x4. But as you dig a little deeper, you'll see the practical side of a feature-filled 4x4 with fuel-injected V8 power.
No one needs to tell you this paint is a full custom package. Dodge didn't even offer this kind of vibrant blue from the factory, and that's just the base on which to showcase all the custom elements. The metallic glow of the front flames looks like an ultra-hot alcohol-fueled fire. The sides and rear have a full airbrushed mural package that's a mix of wild style and rugged steel... and that seems like an overall theme. The full graphics package fits the same era that this truck is from, but after about a quarter-century of growing nostalgia, this is pure Radwood cool today. In fact, while it's unknown if the odometer represents the actual mileage, you can see that this is so well preserved/presented that this wild custom has received practical respect. There are plenty of cool/custom details like the rear spoiler, 15-inch Ultra wheels, wide dual exhaust tips, and a windshield sunshade with integrated running lights. The grille, bumpers, and mirrors are even color-matched. Plus, there's just a nice bravado to its style. There are custom elements like the lifted stance and wide Pirelli Scorpion tires. But there's also a fundamental appeal to the Ramcharger. They have blocky lines and a bold ram hood ornament leading the charge. So this was attractive even before the first drop of custom color went down. Another great fundamental part of the Ramcharger is its usefulness. It's in the proper 4x4 stance, useful tow hitch, and large tailgate that can fit plenty of cargo. So since this is such an attention-getter with a practical side, we bet you might even be thinking about hooking up a trailer and promoting your business.
Your first impression of the interior will likely be impressed by the classic custom style. You have an airbrushed dash with matching door panels and center console. The seats are done in a cool blue vinyl with a black and blue cloth insert to match. Even the side panels are a custom piece that coordinates. But when you look beyond the flash, you'll also see plenty of substance. This is loaded with features like cup holders, cruise control provisions for air conditioning (it will need servicing,) and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo with USB to plug in your phone. The driver's seat is a command position with a high-back bucket, Grant GT sports seeing wheel, and a tilt column. And you'll love how the rear has room for adults and their cargo.
While the exterior and interior are customized for added flair, you'll be quite happy to lift the hood and see a very stock-style setup. After all, the optional 360ci/5.9-liter motor was the largest option of its time. And not only is this a legendary stout Mopar powerhouse, but it also comes from the era of electronic fuel injection. So they gave it some added polish with the valve covers and air grabber, but other than that, it just seems well-maintained to remain a strong runner. It's the heart of what makes this custom SUV still quite a practical choice. You've also got great features for daily driving, such as the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs. And this is even useful for anything from the trail to the boat ramp with a proper two-speed 4x4 transfer case.
The sale comes complete with nice paperwork like the original window sticker and the owner's manual packet. This is useful, loaded, and absolutely custom. So it's amazing that something so attractive can also be so affordable. Call today!!!