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Post pictures of your (or someone elseís) First gen LIFTED rams

My wife and I have agreed to start hunting for my sonís first truck. She is hung on getting an old Ford truck. We found an 88 F250 with a Skyjacker kit under it and she fell in love. Yeah, it was a decent looking truck but I found a 1987 ĺ Dodge in much better shape for less than half then that guy wanted for that Ford. A set of lift springs and the other minor repairs combined will be less than what that Ford costs. Anyhoo, I am hoping to change her mind by over whelming her with awesome shots of lifted Dodge trucks. I LOVE the way the older trucks look sitting tall. So, post them up and help me convince her we need that old Dodge.
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Actually, I should have said any lifted Dodge truck from 72 to 93.
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i am no expert into this and you have to wait for an expert comment to come in your way through the forum post .. wishing you luck for a quick response
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I am still watching that truck.
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You are aware of the fact that Dodge is probably the best truck manufacturer ever. And with a brief experience i have with them, i can tell you they are awesome. I think you should probably let her test drive both the trucks, the convincing would become much easier then. Also it is available at a fair price too.
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I agree with you all the way. But, the old Dodge does not run.
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I agree with you all the way. But, the old Dodge does not run.
Sorry but didn't got you..
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I would love to get it back on the road though.
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What about that 1987 Dodge you mentioned earlier, why don't you go for it?
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Money has not been there.
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