1979 Dodge Ramcharger 4×4 V8 Auto. Lots of extra parts. Original 360 is apart but all there. Comes with 77 440 as well. Rust free Arizona truck. Never wrecked. Original paint & sheet metal. $3500.00
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About the Dodge Ramcharger
The Dodge Ramcharger is a large SUV with a squared off body style comparable to sport utility vehicles of the 70s, 80s and early 90s. It's known for its removable rear hardtop making it into a half-cab convertible type truck. The Ramcharger was based on the Dodge D Series / Ram pickup truck chassis but was shortened for the SUV style wheelbase.
The Ramcharger was produced by Chrysler from 1974 to 1993 in the United States and Canada and from 1986 to 2001 in Mexico. In its prime the Ramcharger competed with other popular large SUVs from the other two of the big three automakers including the Ford Bronco and Chevy K5 Blazer and to a certain extent Chrysler’s own Jeep Wagoneer.
After a nearly 28 model year run (North America) the Ramcharger was discontinued. Rising gas prices, among other consumer concerns led to a shrinking SUV market and thus the Ramcharger was no longer viable for Chrysler. Despite this though, Chrysler released the slightly narrower yet longer Dodge Durango in 2004 with more modern looks to compete in the large SUV market.
Like the K5 Blazer, the Ramcharger continues to be a highly sought after vehicle for enthusiasts. It is a low cost alternative to comparable more modern SUVs or Jeeps. It is considered by owners to be great as a versatile hunting / camping vehicle. It is also the choice by many as the basis of an off-road build.