VERY RARE, FULLY CONVERTIBLE, FULL TIME 4X4, 440ci 4bbl 1975 DODGE RAMCHARGER!!

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Other Makes
Model:RAMCHARGER
Year:1975
Type:Convertible
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Color:BROWN/BLACK
Mileage:32,019
Transmission:Automatic
Interior Color:Black
Engine:440ci
Trim:2-DOOR CONVERTIBLE
Number of Cylinders:8
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EXTREMELY RARE, BAD-ASS 440ci 4bbl BIG-BLOCK, FULL-TIME 4x4, FULLY CONVERTIBLE, DODGE RAMCHARGER!!!:)
Odometer shows 32,018, which is assumed to be 132,018, but I have no idea. I bought it in 2006 and would guess I've only put one or two thousand miles on it, and I'm not even sure it's hooked up. I bought I think four of these trucks one after the other and they've each sat parked while waiting their turn in the shop, and this cycle was oft repeated.
Major engine work done - heads; valves, lifters, etc. (but it sat for several months and I think the valve cover gaskets or something dried out and leak a little, now); lifters noisy after major engine work, all mechanics that have looked at it tell me they need to be adjusted or the sound is normal for the type of set-up (I think they're connected, or something like that), but that it's normal; power steering gearbox rebuilt; front hubs/bearings/knuckles/spindles reworked or replaced; carb reworked; new shocks, brakes & tires (less than 100 miles on tires); pretty sure it's got Flow Masters, may have come with them or I may have installed them - I bought four trucks one after the other, and know I put new ones on most of them - sounds bad-ass, regardless; transmission, differentials and transfer case were in perfect working order when I test drove it a few days ago; engine compartment harnesses from donor truck; may still have some electrical issues due to a short not traced in cab harness, not certain as I have not replaced the alternator since swapping out the engine harnesses, so problem may have been solved, but not sure; also have cab and rear harnesses from donor truck if wanted; float in gas tank replaced and I was told with an upgraded, brass model, but I've not seen it (it's in the gas tank!)
The truck starts and runs out great with battery charged, but short killedalternatorand maybe voltage regulator (less than $100 unit cost to replace both).Fender flares cut out for increased clearance as an off road monster, but the 440 still loooooves to cruise smoothly at high speeds on expressway, and could squeak all four fully treaded NEW tires on lift-off, before it was last parked!!:)
Body pretty decent w/limited rust, which is only on outer body @ wheel wells - VERY minimal rust for its age, and no huge dents.Have hard top if wanted - but WHY WOULD YOU?!?!?:)
Interior not plush - VERY basic (actually, the seats are VERY rough, but I'll throw in two decent seats - I used to collect these trucks and bought spare parts whenever I found them).
Believe it or not, even with all its "dings" this BEAST is STILL a BABE-MAGNET, plus it's SPRINGTIME, so no matter what you do, you'll be fighting them off!!!!!:)
You'll have to use EXTREME caution at gas stations, red lights, stop signs, bus stops or when traveling less than 40 mph; and ESPECIALLY on college campuses, as under ANY AND ALL of these conditions, the hot young babes (and likely their hot moms!) will literally DIVE into the truck, as they're ripping off their clothes!!!:):):)
This BEAST is NOT for the faint of heart, or guys NOT looking to get laidthis is indeed, a "Bad-Ass Mofo Babe Magnet!!!":P

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