614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1984 Dodge Ram 150 Royal SE mixes 4x4 utility with a sleek two-tone style. And as you dig deeper, you start to see a classic pickup that gives you exactly what you want...including a value price.
Dodge trucks just seem to have a unique presence, especially with the bold ram hood ornament leading the charge. The blocky, muscular bodylines make this one intimidating machine. It's balanced nicely by the sophisticated appearance of the two-tone blue and silver paint. It's a more recent application that has a modern clearcoat luster, and there's even a hint of metallic element in the blue to really let this Mopar pop in the sunlight. There are more nice details, like turbine-style factory alloys. And while this one looks good, you'll also never forget it's a useful pickup. That means a ready-to-work truck bed, tall 4x4 stance, larger trailering mirrors, and study steel rear bumper with tow hitch.
Inside is a sea of blue with silver accenting for a nice-looking color combo. This has a vintage setup that you can appreciate everywhere from the comfy velour bench seat, to the wood-like accenting on the doors and dash. There's an upgraded sport-style steering wheel on a tilt column. And this is very much a driver-oriented setup with an easy reach to convenient features like cruise control and R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is proper Mopar power. It's their hardy 318 cubic-inch V8 topped with a Holley dual-barrel carb. There are signs of good investments in this motor, including a newer water pump, radiator, hoses, and belts. There are even good supporting components like the newer compressor and master cylinder. This V8 runs strong and shifts nicely with the stout A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission. The two-speed transfer case means this one is ready to hit the trail. Plus, power steering and power brakes with front discs make this quite easy in-town, too.
This is the classic 4x4 with sleek looks and a value price. That makes for an irresistible total package. Call today!!!
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