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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Agape, Jul 18, 2011.
I agree, wish I still had my 91 Ram 250!!
I know i had a 92 ram 350 single rear wheel with the cummins in it, Truck was a tank had it not been for the frame breaking i would still have it.
Just wondering how much you payed to get it painted?
I have a Dodge 3500 and they want like $250 a panel and there is no prep work needed.
I you don't want to post it on here pm me.
$1200 and there was lots of prep~ holes from previous farmer bob mirrors from when I switched to the chrome chevs and a couple dings etc...
I rate the paint job an 8 out of 10
Kinda found a B4 pic in the baackground of this thread:
if you ditch the other 3 wheel trims what are you going to do about it not being painted underneath? just somethino think about.. that looks great man
They took all the trim off, but didn't wax and buff underneath, gonna find maybe trim or take a piece off and hand wax it to see, just the wells, not the side stripe
Nice paint job
Those trucks are tough as nails...I like it!
they are as tough as nails, old neighbor bent the frame and box on his ram 250 hauling stuff around and he told my dad and i that he used a hilo to bend it back straight