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Here's a shining example of the single cab pickup we all wanted at one time, and that's exactly why you stopped to look at this 1989 Dodge Ram Power Ram 50. And as you dig deeper, you start to discover how this is a well-preserved compact pickup that has everything you want, right down to four-wheel-drive.
We all know this really isn't a Ram, and that's actually what makes them so cool. This is a sibling to the Mitsubishi Mighty Max, and so this captive import means you got to carry the Dodge name while enjoying the golden era of Japanese trucks. And now that this has matured into a full classic, it's especially impressive to find such a well presented and preserved example. The Grace Silver Metallic paint shows all the right signs of being the original application. And we know why this one would get treated with respect. It comes from the era where they made you pay extra for a rear bumper, and so you can just tell this was the loaded one on the Dodge lot. After all, those chrome king bumpers shine brightly, and they go so well with the polished wheels. And you have those excellent-looking 4x4 side strobe decals. The front bug shield, Leer bed topper, bed liner, and trailer hitch are all about the best features you could put on these pickups back in the day.
The same exceptional level of presentation is found on the inside, too. So while we don't know if the odometer represents the truck's full mileage, there are few signs of use for over a generation on the road. So you instantly remember why these earned a tough-as-nails reputation. The vinyl bench looks great, and it coordinates with the rest of the grays on the door panels, carpeting, and dash. The position of the factory steering wheel w/tilt column and gearshift have a bit of a sporty feeling. It's quite a time capsule where the only upgrade you're likely to spot is the AM/FM/CD stereo. But that just means better driving music to enjoy your classic pickup.
Under the hood is Mitsubishi's hardy 2.6-liter motor. It has the kind of ultra-clean presentation that makes this look basically factory fresh. And more than just appearing like this is well-maintained, the way this fires up so eagerly really reaffirms a genuine lifetime of good care. A truck like this is eager to hit the road, and the five-speed manual transmission gives you full control. Even when the pavement ends, the two-speed 4x4 transfer case lets you keep going. Plus, power steering, power brakes, and front discs make it easy to run around town or the trail.
This is shining nostalgia and legendary robustness all offered at quite an obtainable price. Don't miss your chance at this rarely seen Dodge/Mitsubishi 4x4. Call today!
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