There’s many ways to show how much people love a product. There’s high sales, there’s internet praise, there’s all kinds of ways. Another way is making sure that said product has a world record under its belt.
That’s what Ram enthusiast set out to do over the weekend. It all went down in a wheat field in Dresden, Ontario, Canada. It was here, on a freshly-mowed field, that Ram drivers far and wide lined up to break a record. The Rams were of all kinds of makes and models. There were some that were brand new, others that dated back all the way to 1976. Some of them looked like they came right off the dealership floor, others were clearly modified and stylized. There was a $20 registration fee to get in on the celebration, a portion of that ticket price going to charity while also making sure that you had a place in being part of the event.
To cap off the official news, a 2013 Ram 1500 took the lead of the Ram Parade as the ride to the Dresden Fairgrounds began for a representative of the Guinness Book of World Records to make the official count. In the end, they did manage to break the previous record by 13 vehicles. That means the new record of the biggest parade of Ram trucks is now 273 Ram vehicles.
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