Gateway Classic Cars of Tulsa is proud to feature this 1985 Dodge RamCharger. The Dodge RamCharger was originally launched in 1974. It was based on the much larger Dodge D-Series. The SUV was a hit and went through two different generations, spanning almost two decades. Old SUVs are all the rage right now. People are going back in time and are looking to lay their hands on classics like the Wagoneers, Broncos and Landcruisers. The Dodge RamCharger is also one among them and is one of the most sought-after SUVs today. The Ramcharger also took advantage of many changes to standard Dodge pickups, including new instrument panels, better electrical systems, improved air conditioning and heaters and intermittent wipers. The Ramchargers four-wheel drive setup was upgraded in 1985, so drivers could shift in and out of four-wheel drive at speeds up to 55 mph, a major improvement over stopping to unlock the hubs. The Ramcharger came with power brakes, discs up front, drums in back, a bucket seat for the driver, electronic ignition. Options included a tilting bucket seat for the front passenger, skid plates, steel roll bar and cruise control. * The Carfax report for this vehicle does list “total loss”.