1984 Dodge Ramcharger 150


Description


Powered by it's original 5.2l 318ci SD OHV V-8 matched to a Chrysler Loadflite TF-727A automatic transmission with 3.21 rear axle, disc brakes and 3500# front axles are all original to the vehicle. The interior is spotless with bucket seats in front and bench in the rear. All seats, carpeting, door panels and headliner are pristine. All glass and chrome are excellent. Engine has new hoses, belts and radiator. Air conditioning is original. All tires are near new mounted on original steel wheels with original wheel caps. Aftermarket gauges monitoring engine temperature and oil pressure are neatly installed in-dash. An aftermarket AM/FM/Cassette with 5 band equalizer is installed in dash. Original build tag is retained on the underside of the hood as is all other original tags, stickers and build marks and jack. Original blue exterior and interior. The Ramcharger followed the D-series pickup's 1981 redesign into the Ram and is considered the second generation. Typically powered by the 5.2l 318 cid SD OHV engine with the automatic transmission models having the Chrysler Loadflite TF-727A or B. An all-wheel-drive part-time NP-208 transfer case was standard. Axles were Dana 44 front and 9¼" or 8 1/4" Chrysler corporate rear. AWD models were equipped with the CAD (Center Axle Disconnect) version. The CAD Dana 44 was vacuum actuated by a switch on the transfer case and powered by engine vacuum. The CAD Dana 44 was carried on until the end of Ramcharger production in 1994. The AWD versions used a 5 on 4½" wheel bolt circle and the part-time 4WD models used a 5 on 5½" bolt circle. It is still a very popular vehicle with the daily driver or custom automotive fanatic. They are commonly built up as lifted 4 wheel drives, but there is occasionally a lowered 2 wheel drive version. However, they are one of the few vehicles that looks good in either direction.
1984 Dodge Ramcharger 150
$ 12,200.00
Used
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Powered by it's original 5.2l 318ci SD OHV V-8 matched to a Chrysler Loadflite TF-727A automatic transmission with 3.21 rear axle, disc brakes and 3500# front axles are all original to the vehicle. The interior is spotless with bucket seats in front and bench in the rear. All seats, carpeting, door panels and headliner are pristine. All glass and chrome are excellent. Engine has new hoses, belts and radiator. Air conditioning is original. All tires are near new mounted on original steel wheels with original wheel caps. Aftermarket gauges monitoring engine temperature and oil pressure are neatly installed in-dash. An aftermarket AM/FM/Cassette with 5 band equalizer is installed in dash. Original build tag is retained on the underside of the hood as is all other original tags, stickers and build marks and jack. Original blue exterior and interior. The Ramcharger followed the D-series pickup's 1981 redesign into the Ram and is considered the second generation. Typically powered by the 5.2l 318 cid SD OHV engine with the automatic transmission models having the Chrysler Loadflite TF-727A or B. An all-wheel-drive part-time NP-208 transfer case was standard. Axles were Dana 44 front and 9¼" or 8 1/4" Chrysler corporate rear. AWD models were equipped with the CAD (Center Axle Disconnect) version. The CAD Dana 44 was vacuum actuated by a switch on the transfer case and powered by engine vacuum. The CAD Dana 44 was carried on until the end of Ramcharger production in 1994. The AWD versions used a 5 on 4½" wheel bolt circle and the part-time 4WD models used a 5 on 5½" bolt circle. It is still a very popular vehicle with the daily driver or custom automotive fanatic. They are commonly built up as lifted 4 wheel drives, but there is occasionally a lowered 2 wheel drive version. However, they are one of the few vehicles that looks good in either direction.

Additional information

Make: Dodge
Model: Ramcharger 150
Year: 1984
Doors: 2
Mileage: 42,748
Transmission: Automatic
Interior Color: Blue
Exterior Color: Blue
Vehicle Identification Number: 1B4GW12T0ES324276
United States, Texas, Dallas
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