Well, I guess it's all part of growing up and moving to Arizona. Or maby not growing up and just moving to Arizona. What ever it is I wasn't in Arizona much longer than an hour before realizing that if I was going to live out here I'd need a truck.
So, untill I have a few minutes to type up a spec list of all the goodies in and on it (Let alone adding some more) here's some photos of my 89' Dodge Ramcharger
Ok, I guess this is the best place for this link to fix in. The first weekend I came out to Yuma we took a trip to El Golfo Mexico for a big four-wheeling weekend. It was nutty insane. Check out the link for photos from the trip.
11/19/99 Time for a bit of an update. I've now completely replaced the entire A/C system (except for the condensor). I also had my passenger side window fixed since the driver side died and I didn't want to fix it myself. Also, I had to put on a new tailgate because my original cracked where the hinges mount. The replacement is pretty sun faded but structurally much better. I've also been keeping up my promise to take it somewhere that needs 4WD every week. I've now made trails where there were none before, crossed rivers that were over my tires, and finally got it stuck in the dunes once (Though in my defense that happened while trying to tow out Matt's suburban. If he hadn't found such a good spot to get stuck my reputation would still be clean.) Oh, and the passenger side rear tire has been patched once from a drywall screw...and then replaced about a month later when I tore up the sidewall on a tree stump.
03/24/99 Wow haven't updated this in awhile. I have added new photos though. There are now new years photos from Glamis, a few shots from the Parker off-road 400 and the Dodge City Rally in Ocotillo Wells Ca. The A/C is still leaking and we still can't find where. Another rear tire has had a nail removed, plus they were all balanced and rotated. The rear brakes have finally been replaced (including all the springs and hardware). I put on flowtech headers and had a local shop install dual flowmasters (WOW What a difference) and I'll have a whole page about that soon. And now I've managed to break the driveline off.
Glamis for Y2K
Dodge City '99
Warning: Although all of these images can be clicked on for a larger view the one with a border around it is a full size image from my digital camera.