|Oct 28, 2009
||Posted By: Alex Navrotski
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Chrysler and its aftermarket-parts division Mopar will show off three heavily customized versions of the of the Ram Heavy-Duty at the SEMA show next week. The three trucks, "Chromed Crew Cab", "Ultimate Tow Machine", and "Work Truck", show different applications for the HD Ram 2500 and 3500, which made its debut last year in Chicago.
Chromed Crew Cab: "Deep Water Blue" 2010 Ram 2500 Crew Cab 4x4 with a 2-inch lift kit and 35-inch tires. Featuring brighter B-pillar trim, dark slate-colored Katzkin leather seating, a backup camera, rear-seat entertainment system, and chromed tube steps, door-sill guards, tailgate bezel, and fuel door.
Ultimate Tow Machine: "Bright White" 2010 Ram 3500 Mega Cab 4x4 that can tow up to 16,450 lbs and carry a maximum payload of 5,150 lbs. Sports a gooseneck hitch mounted directly to the frame rails, a retractable bed step, rust-proof running boards, heavy-duty splash guards, slush mats, and uconnect Web WiFi hotspot technology.
Work Truck: "Inferno Crystal Red" 2010 Ram 2500 ST 4x2 with a utility rail tie-down system and fold-in stake tie downs, diamond-plated sliding toolbox, a retractable bed step, drop-in bed liner, black powder-coated aluminum tubular side steps, and slush mats.
We're sure to see these customized Rams and others at the Chrysler display at the 2010 Chicago Auto Show.