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Dodge Ram Van

The Dodge Ram Van was a full-size van that was known and beloved by many vehicle enthusiasts, marketed under the Dodge brand by the Chrysler Corporation and later DaimlerChrysler. It was available in a cargo van and a passenger van version called the Dodge Ram Wagon. Built on the B platform (later AB), the vans were introduced for the 1971 model year and featured a rail-through unibody design that made it lighter and stronger than the competition, yet created a few vibration and noise issues. Dodge carried its van through the ages, making the occasional design adjustment to the front fenders, hood, grille, and bumpers that followed its full-size truck counterparts. Additionally, for the first generation, there was an interesting panel as part of the design that made for more access to the side door without interfering with the front passenger seat. In 1979, Chrysler made the decision to discontinue the Dodge Tradesman and Dodge Sportsman titles and replace them with the iconic nameplate--the Dodge Ram Van. Throughout its 32 year-long production run, the Dodge Ram Van featured a variety of engine option that included the 225 in³ Slant Six (1979-1987), the 3.9 L LA V6 (1988-1991), the 3.9 L Magnum V6 (1992-2003), the LA-series 318 (1979-1991), 360 in³ (1979-1992), the Magnum 5.2 L (1992-2003), the Magnum 5.9 L (1993-2003), the 400 in³ (1979-1980), and the 440 in³ (1979-1980). In the late 1970s, Chrysler also started to market the Dodge Ram Van as part of their "Adult Toys" lineup, alongside the Dodge Warlock, Dodge Lil' Red Express Truck, and Dodge Ramcharger. A Plymouth version, called the Plymouth Voyager, was released for the 1974 model year. The Voyager, however, never gained the same level of popularity as the Ram Van. Meanwhile, Dodge was the last of the four major full-size van makers to market a short-wheelbase van and passenger wagon, with Ford, Chevrolet and GMC taking their shortest full-size vans off the market early on in the 1990s. DaimlerChrysler discontinued production of the Ram Van and Ram Wagon after the 2003 model year, due to the introduction of the Dodge Sprinter.

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