Recognizing a gap in the modern sport truck market, designer Murray Pfaff created this brand new Ram 1500 Express 2WD to serve double duty as the new Pfaff Designs shop truck and show vehicle. With a nod to the great Mopar graphic packages of the 1970’s, Murray has modernized the Power Wagon, to create what he calls the “Draggin’ Wagon”.
The Draggin Wagon was lowered 4 inches with a BellTech suspension kit and Hellwig sway bar and then given a muscular rake with Toyo Tires nestled into the fenders on staggered 20 & 22-inch Forgeline GA3C wheels with a custom finish. Stopping power was increased with rotors and pads from EBC Brakes.
Power comes from a 5.7L HEMI equipped with a Magnuson supercharger, K&N cold air intake, and Magnaflow cat-back exhaust system with 5-inch tips. All fluids are handled by AMSOIL.
Pfaff also applied his design style with a set of custom “eye black” brake ducts, hood intake, and “washboard” hood vent. These one off parts were engineered by Classic Design Concepts and 3-D printed in nylon by The Synergeering Group. Inside, a leather interior upgrade by Alea Leather was being created to compliment granite, white and angry banana yellow PPG Envirobase paint. That’s Minor Customs will applied the colorful paint, while RM Motorsports handled the performance installations with Szott M-59 Dodge Ram SRT providing dealer support.
A compliment of MTX Audio speakers and Thunderform subwoofer/amp enclosure will provide the beat. LINE-X protects the bed, an AMP BedXtender keeps everything contained, while TaleGator provides seating for two, and a Revolver X2 tonneau keeps the elements and thieves out.
This truck was featured at Truck Trend magazine. See the whole story at: http://www.trucktrend.com/features/1606-2014-ram-express-draggin-wagon/