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Ram Trucks Vintage Photo Friday, Part I (1918-1935)

Recently RamZone writers stumbled upon a cache of historical photos, each one revealing a little more of the rich heritage and tradition that informs today’s Ram trucks. Beginning with an ambulance from 1918-19 (see above) and proceeding up through the … Read More >>

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Ram Heritage | 1929 Dodge Brothers Merchants Express Half-Ton Pickup

My how things change! In 1929, a loaf of bread cost a whopping 9 cents. The average price for a gallon of gasoline, 24 cents, was less than half the price of a gallon of milk (58 cents). 1929 also … Read More >>

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Ram Heritage | 1934 Dodge KC Commercial Express

The new RamZone Heritage blog series rolls on, this week traveling back in time to the early 1930s, when the 1934 Dodge KC Commercial Express first rolled off the assembly line and began turning heads on every street it rode. … Read More >>

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Ram Heritage | 1957 Dodge Sweptside Pickup Truck

Recently on RamZone, we introduced a new heritage-related series intended to capitalize on content collected by our writers in the final public days of the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. In that first post, we spotlighted a real beauty: a 1949 … Read More >>

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Ram Truck Heritage | 1949 Dodge Half-Ton Pickup with “Pilot House” Cab

Die-hard fans of the Chrysler Group might already know that the Walter P. Chrysler museum recently closed its doors to the visiting public. Fortunately, our RamZone writers made it over in time to take one last look around. They gathered … Read More >>

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