Ram Rounds Out Its ‘Built To Serve’ Trucks With A 4th Military-Inspired 1500

Nov 30, 2020

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Last year, Ram kicked off a special edition series known as “Built to Serve.” Based on the ever-popular 1500 pickup, it spanned five limited models, with each one being dedicated to and inspired by a different branch of the United States armed forces. Having already announced three trucks for the 2021 installment, Ram unveils its fourth just in time for the holidays.

Done up in either “Tank” green or “Flame Red” paint, the latest addition to the range is meant to honor the Marine Corps. In keeping with trend, it’s been given an American Flag decal and a Built to Serve sticker on each quarter panel. What’s more, it comes with body-matched fender flares, “Technical Gray” 20-inch aluminum wheels, as well as some black trim pieces around the exterior. Inside, the Marines-inspired edition gets treated to cloth and vinyl front sport seats featuring velcro panels for buyers to display their patch of choice as well as some MOLLE webbing for storage. Complemented by “Medium Greystone” accent stitching — a choice that corresponds to its branch of the armed forces — it makes for quite the aesthetic upgrade. Pricing has yet to be announced, but production will start in 2021, with each colorway limited to 1,000 trucks.

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