Previous Trucks 1991 Ford Explorer XLT ‘JP05’ Jurassic Park Tour Vehicle tribute – custom paint and decals – fully restored and painted by myself using PlastiDip from dipyourcar.com. It was displayed at many shows before I sold it, including the 2019 All Ford Nationals in Carlisle PA. 1990 Ford F-150 XLT – The unique part about this truck was the fact it was a regular cab, long bed, 2 wheel drive, with a fuel injected 351 V8 under the hood. I had the window sticker, and there was no price listed for it. From my understanding it was a special ordered truck to a Ford executive. It only had 76k miles on it. 1995 Dodge Dakota SLT 4X4 – This was my daily driver for a while. I wanted a mid size 4X4 pickup and always liked this body style of Dakota, so I found it on eBay just outside of Wintersville, Ohio. It had 105k original miles on it. Sadly the engine was the very underpowered 3.9 V6, but that didn’t stop me from putting on a custom cat-back dual Magnaflow exhaust on it. 1990 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer – I bought this from my friend’s collection. It had a repaint, but was professionally done. The 2.9 V6 was beyond tired at 167k miles but it never left me stranded. I made a custom cat-back exhaust for it and drove it for a few months. I sold it right before I moved into my new house. 1993 Dodge Ramcharger Canyon Sport – This last year for US market Ramcharger was a southern truck with 150k miles. I bought it out of a friend’s collection and daily drove it for a while. I also made a custom cat-back Maganflow exhaust for it. Under the hood of this beast was a fuel injected 318ci V8. 2013 Ram 1500 Express – My Hemi powered winter beater I bought right after Christmas 2017, and traded in on my 2018 Ram 2500 April of 2018. This truck was 1 of 548 made in Copper Pearlcoat with the specific options mine had. It had an aftermarket Flowmaster exhaust on it along with aftermarket window tint. Overall, I was super happy with it. 2003 Dodge Durango R/T – Magnaflow exhaust, Lund hood scoops, purchased as a daily driver from a little dealership in Parma, Ohio… used it for a winter and absolutely loved every minute of it. Sold it to purchase something easier on gas 2002 Dodge Durango SXT – I bought this to fix and use for the Detroit Gambler 500 race. Sadly I had a change in employment and was unable to take the time off to go, so I sold it. 1994 Ford Explorer XLT – This one was clearly purchased for parts. It was a donor for the Jurassic Park tour vehicle restoration. There was only 68k miles on it when it t-boned another vehicle and tweaked the frame in the front.