Back in 1993, Dodge shook the world with its latest and greatest Ram pickup. Debuting at the Detroit Auto Show that January, the Ram grabbed it all by the horns with radical styling usually found on big rigs and old-school full-size pickups. It was a huge risk, and it paid off handsomely.
Today, as the Ford F-150 evolves its conservative appearance for 2021, Chevy invokes Michael Bay’s take on Optimus Prime, and GMC looks the part of its “Professional-Grade” slogan, Ram holds the crown as the stylista of the truck world, as it did in the 1990s.
A prime example of what Ram’s all about in 2020 arrived at the Aubernon Roadhouse not too long ago, in the form of a 1500 Limited with an EcoDiesel V6. And there was no better way to experience this handsome ride than with a trip to the 51st edition of the NSRA Street Rod Association Street Rod Nationals in Louisville, Kentucky.
As a pandemic rages on, months after it first wrecked the world.