Ram has launched the fifth and last iteration of its limited-run Built to Serve trucks, a collection of special-edition 1500 pickups designed to honor those that serve in our navy. The latest truck honors the Coast Guard and is on the market in both Spitfire (orange) paint or Shiny White. (Apparently, Ram will not be prepared to acknowledge our sixth navy department, the newly-formed House Pressure.)
Like different Constructed to Serve Rams, the Coast Guard-inspired truck will get distinctive badging, blacked-out trim, body-color fender flares, 20-inch wheels, and contains the 1500’s out there 4×4 Off-Street package deal. Inside, Constructed to Serve badges are connected with Velcro. Ram contains further Velcro panels for house owners to show their very own navy patches inside the truck. Distinction-color stitching of every version displays the department of the navy it’s designed to commemorate—orange within the case of this newest model.
Previous to this newest Ram 1500 Constructed to Serve mannequin, the model provided variants that honored the Military (provided in a alternative of Gator [green] or black paint), Navy (provided in Ceramic Grey or Patriot Blue), Air Pressure (Anvil or Billet Silver Metallic), and Marine Corps (Tank Inexperienced or Flame Purple). Though all prior variants had been made in restricted numbers, this newest Constructed to Serve 1500 would be the rarest of the bunch, with Ram constructing simply 500 Spitfire and 500 white vehicles. Search for the ultimate batch of Ram 1500 Constructed to Serve vehicles to hit dealerships by the center of the 12 months, with Ram opening up its ordering books for the limited-run mannequin this month.