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Maximum Mopar Day continues with a look back at the Dodge Ram 50 (known as the D-50 in '79 and '80). The 4x4 Power Ram 50 was sold from 1982 onward, and here's something we totally forgot about. For a while there, Plymouth had its own version, known as the Arrow Truck. In our dreams, Don Prudhomme still owns and drives an Arrow pickup, gussied up in the old red-white-and-blue Army livery. Sadly, the Mitsubishi-produced Ram 50 died in 1993, leaving the larger Dakota as the heir to its minitruck throne. We know Bumbeck secretly wants one of these with an overhuffed 4G63 in it.

Dodge Ram 50 [Wikipedia]

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