|10-16-2019 06:32 PM|
2- 1952 M-37
1- 1950 Power Wagon
1- 1500 Pickup with a 360 in it that pickup taught me to never own another one!
|10-16-2019 04:33 PM|
|10-16-2019 04:25 PM|
I also remember the thing going into limp mode on me screwing around with the sport shift. Not sure if that was the shift recall or some other gremlin. Had to have it towed to the dealer because I couldn't drive it from Monument to CO Springs at 20mph. That was in the first 100 miles of my Dodge ownership experience
|10-16-2019 11:35 AM|
|10-16-2019 11:04 AM|
9 total, 4 in the last 8 yrs.
1953 truck, first vehicle
1992 3500 4WD work van,
1999 Ram 1500,
2017 AWD Charger,
2019 Durango AWD GT.
Had problems with the media/control center in the last 2, Durango goes in tomorrow to see whats wrong with this one, not a happy camper right now.
|10-16-2019 10:54 AM|
1st was a '94 1500 sold
2nd was a '95 3500 v10 auto sold
The rest I currently own in my sig.
Always keeping an eye out for more 1st gen "Cummings" 4X4 manual trucks to snap up
|10-16-2019 10:36 AM|
|10-16-2019 10:27 AM|
|fastonraceday||two the first was a 67 dart with the back corner caved in, the second was a 17 ram with all the options, nice truck and they let me drive off the lot without securing financing after a huge downpayment, then after making three payments i got a letter saying i had to return the truck because they couldn't get the financing they were clear across the state and i got there and they found me a 06 nissan frontier and they wanted me to make payments onn that as well. i told them i gave them 30,00 dollars and a thousand in payments consider the nissan paid in full. i really miss that ram truck.|
|10-16-2019 07:53 AM|
2 too many.
Have an 85 3/4 ton dodge 2wd with the 318 and torqueflight 727. Rebuilt the transmission once and it's slipping pretty bad again. It gets driven probably less than 100 miles a year. We have a skid with a spray tank in the back for hosing down weeds.
Also have a 92 dodge 3/4 ton 2wd with a Cummins and 5 speed. Steering and suspension is so worn out and sloppy on that thing you could make a half turn with the steering wheel before it'd start to turn. It's sitting parked and un-used. I need to yank the engine out and put it in something decent (a Ford) someday.
The doors on both of them suck ass.
|10-16-2019 07:08 AM|
Couple of 80's parts trucks that are long gone.
|10-16-2019 06:40 AM|
Nine (9) or ten (10). Had/have five (5 ) Magnums, all but one (1) SRTs. Still have two (2) of them. One (1) 2007 with Edelbrock blower (about 570 HP) and unmolested rare 2008 SRT, only 239 made. Chrysler stopped the Magnum to use capacity for Challenger.
Current DD is 2015 Charger Hellcat.
|10-16-2019 06:30 AM|
99 Dakota RT (miss this one the most)
01 Durango 5.2
2014 Durango RT (Wifes Current Whip - She quick)
2014 Ram 3500 SRW Limited HO 6.7 (My daily. Deleted. Leveled. 35s.)
1996 ZJ Limited 5.2
2006 WK Limited Hemi (best snow vehicle ever made - thanks benz)
2007 JK Sahara (Still own... Heavily modified)
|10-16-2019 05:24 AM|
|10-15-2019 10:25 PM|
How many Dodge's have you had?
2013 Ram 2500
2014 Ram 3500
2013 Ram 3500
2016 Ram 1500
2018 Ram 2500 (Current)
all were good trucks, all were CTD accept the 1500, Laramie. I obviously have a "Type"
|10-15-2019 07:32 PM|
|japickar||1 - 17 Ram 3500 (current vehicle). Been happy so far.|
|10-15-2019 06:04 PM|
'64 1T hydraulic flatbed (wish I still had it)
'78 W150 4x4 (old forest service truck from Canada)
'77 D250 4x4 crewcab
'84 Dodge Omni
'87 Dodge Aries wagon
'87 Dodge Colt Vistawagon 4x4 (complete with plastic transmission gears)
'97 Dodge Stratus
'94 Dodge Neon
'04 Chrysler Town and Country
'07 Chrysler Pacifica
(kinda sorta in order from '87-today)
|10-15-2019 05:41 PM|
|The War Wagon||
My wife KEEPS wrecking Dodge Caravans, BEFORE they're paid off. So we're on our third one of those... currently...
ONE (1) 1992 Dodge Ramcharger though. STILL ticking!
|10-15-2019 05:17 PM|
|10-15-2019 03:14 PM|
90 2wd 6 cyl Dakota that I absolutely hated.
03 Ram 1500 2wd with a 4.7. Wish I'd never sold it but it had nearly 300k on it when it died and I couldn't justify what replacing the rear end cost. Ended up making like 3x what I paid for it though and never put anything but a radiator and a battery in it.
I've looked into buying one of the newer ones but the stupid ass dial shifter ruins them for me. I know it would bother the hell out of me daily.
|10-15-2019 01:08 PM|
I've had one... '96 Avenger. Car was the biggest piece of shit I've ever had. Engine was a good 2.5L Mitisubishi... Everything bolted around it was absolute garbage.
My Father was a Mopar guy for years. '74 Road Runner, forget the year D50, 89 half ton, 94/98/2001 Caravan, 2004 Durango, 2010 Nitro... There the streak ended.
|10-15-2019 11:54 AM|
Current '07 Ram 2500 CTD 4x4, and a Dodge 600 I had back in 1990-91
|10-14-2019 10:43 AM|
|10-14-2019 08:35 AM|
1970 Dodge Dart 318. High school car, beat the snot out of it.
1981 1/2 ton long bed. 360 4 speed. Got repoed.
1979 1/2 ton short bed. Built 360 4 speed. Was kind of a pile but a fun truck.
1993 Plymouth Duster if that counts. Front wheel drive econo car but it was fun to drive. Certainly not a 340 duster of old...
Newer challenger is on the bucket list.
I have never owned a ford.
Mostly chevies and Toyotas now.
|10-14-2019 01:12 AM|
94 Dakota sport 4x4
01 1500 ram 4x4
14 2500 Ram with 6.4 (current truck)
|10-13-2019 10:26 PM|
1987 Power Ram 50 4x4 (Mitsubishi)
1989 Plymouth Sundance
1993 Plymouth Sundance 5 speed
1993 Ram W150 should have kept
1999 Dakota CC 4x4 wrecked
1998 Ram 1500 RC 4x4
2001 Ram 1500 RC Off Road
2001 Ram 2500 QC 4x4 diesel kept for 15 years
2005 Dodge Neon bought when diesel was $4.75 gal. kept it 7 years
2017 Ram 1500 CC 4x4
2018 Ram 2500CC 4x4 diesel
Had pretty good luck with all of them. Had to put injection pump in the 01 at 99k (under warranty) and the dash was crap.
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