Coupe Utility Project: 1982 Dodge Rampage

To compete in the growing sub-compact pickup truck market (aka coupe utility), Dodge introduced the Charger-based Rampage in 1982. They were built for three years alongside a Plymouth variant (which was only offered in 1983). They didn’t sell as… more»

Chrysler Mini-Truck: 1984 Dodge Rampage

Chrysler got into the small pickup business for a time in the 1980s, building a sort of El Camino on the same Chrysler L platform as the Omni/Horizon subcompacts. The little trucks weren’t huge sellers and the company moved… more»

Mini Moparino: 1984 Dodge Rampage

In the early 1980s, Chrysler execs apparently decided they wanted to emulate the Chevrolet El Camino, but in a smaller package. And just like that, the Dodge Rampage was born as a subcompact utility vehicle which ran for three… more»

Estate Sale Find: 1984 Dodge Rampage

Estate sales can be incredibly sad places. Someone has just passed on to another place and family and friends are sad and there’s confusion and sometimes disagreement as to how to clear out the things that they loved and… more»

77k-Mile Survivor: 1984 Dodge Rampage

I find it odd to imagine that any vehicle from the 1980s other than sports cars or full-sized trucks is “collectible”, but apparently someone in the southern United States does not, and has recently released this car from their… more»