The Texas Rangers are a body of public security of the State of Texas created in 1835. They are a historical and highly respected law enforcement side. The Texas Rangers are known by all thanks to the popular TV series Walker, Texas Ranger starring Chuck Norris. Ram, the division of pick-ups and commercial vehicles FCA has a special prototype, Ram 1500 Texas Ranger .
Precisely in the television series, the character played by Walker Chuck Norris, was driving a Dodge Ram pick-up from the second season , which was definitely another of its identity . The Ram 1500 Texas Ranger emerges from the collaboration between the Department of the Rangers and the brand itself, but it is difficult not to associate this model with Chuck Norris and his kicks flying characteristics.
As with any particular model, this Ram 1500 Texas Ranger incorporates distinctive elements. Outside there on the front fenders and the door of the cargo box star enclosed in a circle feature that characterizes these forces. The polished aluminum wheels 20 “ also wear the logo of the Rangers in the center. The body is painted white, with some silver accents on the bottom.
Inside is where most changes are seen, upholstery brown leather combined with wood inserts and various flags of Texas Ranger distributed throughout the cabin. The wood molding doors are embedded Mexican five peso coins, on which the star emblem was originally created. We even found the ubiquitous logo on the display of watches.
Other features of the model found a small safe with a mechanical combination of three digits in the center console. On the sides of the cargo box there is also a lockable compartments, in this case to carry rifles, certainly an element essential in Texas, let alone in a vehicle like this.
Nothing is a one-off , a single unit, but has not ruled out can become a reality as a special edition. No information about the possible arrival on the market of the Ram 1500 Texas Ranger or prices.
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Article Ram 1500 Texas Ranger, the new pick-up for Chuck Norris was originally published in Current Motor.