2021 RAM 2500 75th Anniversary Special edition RAM Power wagon in Molten Orange.
Only 20K miles.
Limited number of these trucks were made. We copied an article from Hagerty that explains this truck in detail. Then again if you are looking for a Nice heavy duty truck with style and power You already know what you got here. This truck is here on consignment, Belongs to a very good customer / friend. Next step from this truck would be a TRX. This one will make you very happy.
CAN BE SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Mileage will increase slightly as it is being Driven.
But hurry wholesale on this truck is very close to our asking price.
From Hagerty Website:
"Since 1946, when the Chrysler Corporation first offered commercial consumers a 4×4 pickup straight from the factory, the Power Wagon name has been synonymous with big, competent off-roaders. For 2021, Ram’s latest Power Wagon celebrates three quarters of a century as an off-road icon by offering a 75th Anniversary Edition that crams all sorts of creature comforts and unique badging into a single check of the option box.... ....The 75th Anniversary Edition package ($11,715) includes a 17-speaker Harman/Kardon audio system, forward-facing camera, Mountain Brown leather upholstery, remote start, rear-seat storage bins, and rock rails among a litany of other options including unique badging inside and out. It incorporates the same smattering of parts that an enthusiast would want for an off-road dream truck, but Ram delivers it all from the production line and working together seamlessly. Each Power Wagon starts with a 4×4 Ram 2500 HD chassis that uses solid axles and coil spring suspension front and rear. Electronic locking differentials, also front and rear, add surefooted traction. A 12,000-pound Warn Zeon-12 winch with synthetic rope is tucked into the front bumper to add an extra measure of confidence without adding too much weight. The winch’s placement means there’s no room for the massive charge cooler used on the Cummins, so the only engine available is the 6.4-liter Hemi. Add a slightly lifted suspension and 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler tires on 17-inch beadlock-ready wheels and you’ve got a trial-ready rig that can also tow and haul with the best trucks out there.
The leather-wrapped interior that comes with the 75th Anniversary Edition offers contrasting gloss black center console and instrument panel inserts with a brushed aluminum infotainment surround. Like the Ram 1500, it’s upscale comfortable and the mildly-bolstered eight-way power seats are easy to set for long-distance travel. The Power Wagon is offered only as a crew cab, so rear seat passengers are guaranteed plenty of legroom no matter how far the front seats are moved rearward.
The 6.4-liter V-8 produces 410 horsepower and 429 lb.-ft. of torque, and is paired with ZF’s stalwart eight-speed automatic transmission that provides seamless shifts. Unladen, the Power Wagon can get out of its own way and then some; the Hemi’s broad powerband hustles the bulky truck around on the highway without hesitation or stress. We found that out firsthand on a 20-mile highway trip to a trailhead northeast of Flagstaff. Compared to Ram’s cushy half-ton pickup we’d driven previously, the heavy-duty suspension of the 2500 was decidedly stiffer and translated each pothole into the cabin with a slight jolt. That didn’t come as a surprise, but how quiet the cabin remained, despite the off-road tires, was seriously impressive. Only a faint hum of road noise makes it through to the interior, with virtually zero wind noise.... We found that the 75h Anniversary Edition offers just about everything that a heavy-duty pickup buyer could ask for—other than a diesel powertrain. However, for the kind of tough driving we put it through, we were glad to not have a few hundred pounds of extra iron on the nose. If you’re considering a fully-loaded heavy-duty, and a diesel isn’t a must-have, consider the 75 Anniversary Edition Power Wagon as a shortcut to the Ram’s top-of-the-line gasser."