What is the most you’ve towed? The folks at ‘The Fast Lane Truck’ now get bragging rights for towing a EA-6B Prowler Jet with their 2016 Ram 3500.
In a new video uploaded to their YouTube page, the stars pay a visit to the Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum. They decided to lend a hand in moving a Prowler Jet from its place on the museum floor and rather than simply use the tower at the site, they wanted to test out the towing on their truck, a 2016 Ram 3500 to be exact.
It is a sight to behold. Not only will you get an informational look at the Prowler and what its history of service, but then you’ll get to be amazed as it gets pushed and pulled by a heavy duty Ram truck. It is the best kind of history lesson! Check out the video and remember this for the next time you need to purchase a truck to tow your private air force.
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What is more of a summer thought than that of grilling up dinner? Ram has released a new video of them talking about grilling, only in this case, it’s the kind that is at the front of the truck.
The Ram Rebel is the newest Ram truck and one of the most noticeable things off the bat is that Ram has a beefy new front grille for it. In the newly released video, engineers at Ram are interviewed on the history of the Ram grille. While the grille is certainly iconic now, it wasn’t that major back then. A Ram truck’s grille was changed every two to three years and it was usually just the insert or the headlights that changed.
In 1994, Ram introduced the grille as we know it today. It was a shoot in the arm for the truck market and gave Ram trucks a unique look with the crosshair design.
Ram challenged their engineers and designers to shake up the front grille for the new Rebel. To get to the end result that we see now, they thought of what was going on today. Michael Gillam, Senior Creative Designer at Ram Truck Studios, points to the recent beard craze that got them thinking of what a beard would look like on a truck. Now that you know that, it’s impossible to unsee it on the Rebel.
It’s a great watch to see how the Rebel and the updated grille came to be as well as a brief history lesson on Ram trucks. Check it out here:
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When someone does something good for it, it’s only proper and polite to write a thank-you note.
Now, in this case the someone is Texas and the ones writing a thank-you note is Ram. They owe the state a big ol’ piece of gratitude. The problem is that it doesn’t seem possible to mail out individual letters to each and every resident of the state, so a more creative means needs to be devised.
Ram put together a montage of striking Texan imagery in a video they put together in appreciation of the honor of being the “Truck of Texas.” The resounding message carried over in the video is how humbling the truck maker is. Take a look at the video for yourself:
Not too long ago, the Ram 1500 was named by the Texas Auto Writers Association to be the “2013 Truck of Texas.” The reasoning behind this choice was thanks to the amazing 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine as well as the Best-in-Class fuel efficiency.
This weekend is the Kentucky Derby, and as people are placing their bets and predicting the winner, Ram is getting ready for its fourth consecutive year as the Derby’s official sponsor.
In a post on RamZone, Ram Trucks expressed their gratitude for the honor of sponsoring the Kentucky Derby, stating, “We hope that in time our presence at the Derby will become customary as seersucker suits and the garland of roses.”
For years, Ram’s line-up has catered to a variety of needs from light-duty truck for trailers and ATVs to heavy-duty trucks built for towing horse trailers. They understand the needs of truck drivers and more specifically of horse trainers and owners. Ram’s sponsorship of the Kentucky Derby is the perfect match between product and event, a partnership that will hopefully continue for years to come.
The Kentucky Derby will air live on NBC from 4 PM to 7 PM eastern time.
Today starts the Ram Showcase Event for the month of March. Ram will be running new promotions looking to get people driving away in their favorite model. The event runs until April 1st, 2012 with deals on the Ram LD Quad Cab. Be sure to check out the commercials airing in support of the event!
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