This 2000 Dodge Ram Has Just 735 Miles on the Clock

When was the last time you saw a turn-of-the-century Ram in such perfect condition?


Looking to relive the new millennium again? We have the perfect truck for the job. It's a 2000 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup that's only been driven 735 miles since it rolled off the factory line nearly 20 years ago. It's . You should buy it.

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The listing doesn't give much of a backstory on this truck, and we're just dying to learn more. How does a well-optioned truck like this get driven less than 40 miles a year? The listing does inform us that the truck has been regularly serviced since new, despite never being registered. Painted in Solar Yellow, it sports a 5.9-liter Magnum V-8 engine factory rated at 230 horsepower, sending power to all four wheels via a four-speed automatic and a shift-on-the-fly transfer case. Equipment includes a power driver's seat, an AM/FM radio with a CD player, a color-matched fiberglass bed cap, and a class IV tow hitch. Man, remember when a CD player and a power seat were luxuries on a truck?

As you'd expect from any car with this few miles, everything on this Ram seems to be in perfect condition. The body panels are straight and free of scratches, while the interior looks like it's never been sat in. The engine bay is equally clean, as is the pickup bed area. Pictures of the underside make it look like this thing just rolled off the assembly line.

The truck is with a high bid of $23,200 and reserve not met. There are only three days left to bid, so don't hesitate. This might be the last time you see such a perfect example of this generation of Ram.


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