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1981-2009 Dodge Ram History article


Old 08-07-2009, 11:03 PM
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Hey guys,

Something that is lost in all the jokes and loathing about Detroit these days, is how great the history of Dodge/Chrysler/GM and the American auto industry in Michigan was, is, and will be once again.

What Ram do you drive? What kind of mileage you have on it? What features did you get yours with? What's it being used for? Unhappy with the sales performance? Unhappy with the current state of the Ram? What needs to be done to improve it and match the popularity of the F-Series?

If you missed the look back, you can find it here: https://dodgeforum.com/articles/2009...nd-perfor.html

Lots of Ram discussions can be found here: https://dodgeforum.com/forum/tags/ram.html


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