1981 Dodge Power Ram, 4x4 Step Side, 4 Speed Manual , Slant 6 - 3.7 225ci
Price: US $5,250.00 Item location: DeLand, Florida, United States
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Other Pickups
- SubModel: Power Ram
- Trim: Custom
- Year: 1981
- Mileage: 27,349
- VIN: 1B7HW14E7BS121077
- Color: Maroone
- Engine size: Slant six
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Red
- Safety options: Front Disc brakes
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
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Hard to find and desirable 1981 Dodge Power Ram Step Side Short Bed, 3.7 liter, 225ci Slant Six Motor, 4 Speed Manual Transmission, (4x4 ) with the Factory stock drive train, a 225 slant six, power steering, ac, front disc brakes. This truck will crawl anywhere and very sought after by the 4x4 enthusiast. Mileage unknown, imagine from what it looks like rolled over so 127k.
This truck drives shifts and stops like a truck. The 4 wheel drive works and the front hubs turn with little effort.
The truck has some rust which is common but not a rot hole. Needs some floor board and windshield drip rail work, also some rust on the bottom of the fenders. Water does not flow in when it rains I have a rubber coating over the area. If not going to restore right away and drive I would bed liner it after it is prepped.
The Power Ram Runs and drives stops, it doesn't walk all over the road, lights and radio work, clutch has been adjusted and shifts nicely. It appears to have been well maintained, like hoses, belts, water pump, tune up, break booster and anything that needed attention for reliability.
Restored the trucks bring good mone, so very hard to find, this thing will crawl anywhere as light as it is along with the torque, not a lot of HP so you're not going anywhere quick..,
The 1981 pickups kept the previous year's model designations, i.e., a "D" for two-wheel-drive trucks and a "W" to signify four-wheel-drive trucks. Thus a Ram D150 was a two-wheel-drive, half-ton pickup. Four-wheel drive versions were called Power Rams.
Sporting fresh sheet metal, the 1981 trucks weighed less and had a more aggressive demeanor with slightly bulging fenders and a large egg-crate style grille flanked by single headlights. A new instrument panel updated the interior and improvements to the air conditioning and heating systems made them more efficient.
Under the new skin, the same choice of powerplants that served Dodge well the reliable but tepid 3.7-liter (225 cubic-inch), 95-horsepower slant six that dated back to the Kennedy Administration,