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  1. Mopar / Stellantis News
    I remember driving the original Rams when I was a CDPJ salesman in the 1990s. The diesels were LOUD! The original Dodge Ram looks TINY next to the current one. MSRP was $18,000 in 1994 ($31,725 in today’s dollars) for the original Ram; $71,000 for the 2020. Personally, I’d take the original...
  2. Mopar / Stellantis News
    Allpar’s David Lantz was in Houston yesterday morning, when the Ram 2500 and 3500 Laramie Longhorn were unveiled in their full, leather-and-wood-trimmed glory. On the same day, the Texas Motor Press Association (not to be confused with the Texas Auto Writers' Association, or TAWA) named the...
  3. Mopar / Stellantis News
    The return of the Ram Heavy Duty Laramie Longhorn isn’t surprising, but unveiling the 2019 version today was unexpected. The Luxury Pickup Truck of Texas (based on votes from the Texas Auto Writers Association) three years in a row, the Laramie Longhorn 2500 benefits greatly from its unique...
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