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1989 Dodge Power Wagon 2500

1989 Dodge Ram 2500

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Ram 2500
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Year: 1989
Mileage: 100,000
VIN: 1B7HM06Y8KS039169
Color: Red
Engine: 5.9
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: 4WD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Amarillo, Texas, United States
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Description for Dodge Ram 2500 1989

1989 DODGE RAM PICKUP 4X4, ONE TON AXLES, 4:10 GEARS, LIFTED 6 INCHES. FRAME OFF RESTORED AND ALL NEW PANELS. THE TRUCK SITS ON NEW GOODYEAR WRANGLERS. THE TRUCK HAS 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES.THE RIMS ARE HUMMER RIMS WITH EAGLE CENTERS.THE BODY IS VERY NEAR PERFECT. NICE INTERIOR. ALL GLASS IS PERFECT AND THE SIDES AND BACK ARE TINTED. THE HEADLINER IS PERFECT AS ARE THE DOOR PANELS AND SEATS. 360 ENGINE DEEP MILODON OIL PAN, EXTERNAL OIL FILTER, ALUMINUM RADIATOR. EDELBROCK INTAKE WITH A HOLLEY CARB. EXHAUST IS 3 INCH GOING TO SERIES 40 FLOWMASTERS DUMPING OUT IN FRONT OF BACK AXLE. CUSTOM DRIVESHAFTS ON BACK AND FRONT. 4 LINK SUSPENSION, ALL POWDER COATED. TRANSMISSION HAS BEEN BUILT FOR OFF ROADING 727 WITH SHIFT KIT AND LARGE TRANS COOLER.
NO PARKING BRAKE OR SPEEDOMETER. FULL SET OF GAUGES OTHERWISE, INCLUDING TRANSMISSION TEMPERATURE GAUGE. TAGGED ANTIQUE.
THE PICTURES I'M INCLUDING ARE FROM THE ORIGINAL EBAY PICS AND SOME ARE FROM SITTING IN MY GARAGE. WHEN I BOUGHT THIS TRUCK TWO YEARS AGO IT HADA YOUTUBEVIDEO LISTED WITH IT. EBAY DOES NOT ALLOW ME TO LINK THAT VIDEO BUT I COULD SENDTHAT LINKTHROUGH AN EMAIL IF INTERESTED. THE TRUCKIS STILL IN THIS SAME CONDITION. I HAVE NOT DRIVEN IT AND IT HAS BEEN PARKED IN MY GARAGE FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS.I THINK THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONAL BUY AT THIS PRICE BUT I DO HAVE SOME CONCERNS THAT YOU NEED TO BE AWARE OF SO PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE PURCHASING.
On Friday, the 18th, I took the truck out today for about a 20 mile trip. First time out in a long time. It's not an easy vehicle to keep in one lane. Tires are not made for the highway and suspension is very stiff. All gauge readings good but the transmission temperature did get up to 200 degrees. It did take a little more horsepower to get the truck moving since it had been sitting for such a long time. Possibly the torque converter bled down? I don't even know if they can do that but that's what it acted like. It seemed to do fine after that except for the temperature problem I mentioned above.