Blue Ram Built to Serve Truck

Ram Honors United States Armed Forces with Built to Serve Trucks

Second Installment of Ram Built to Serve Trucks Design Features 

The second installment of Ram “Built to Serve” trucks has begun, celebrating the United States Armed Forces. These Built to Serve Trucks are based on the Ram 1500 truck lineup and in this second installment the nautical-inspired theme is sure to attract drivers throughout Arlington. Get a look at the upcoming Ram Built to Serve trucks design features below.  

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2020 Ram Built to Serve Edition Trucks  

On June 14, this second installment of special edition Ram trucks began rolling out. Ram is honoring each of the five U.S. military services with two specially selected paint colors per branch and each branch’s Built to Serve models will be offered in these program-exclusive colors.  

The production of the Built to Serve Ram trucks will be limited in number, with a limit on the ten available color options.  The Built to Serve Ram trucks will be offered in Gator, Diamond Black, Ceramic Gray, Patriot Blue, Anvil, Billet Silver, Tank, Flame Red, Spitfire, and Bright White. 1,000 units will be available of each color aside from Spitfire and Bright White, which are both limited to 500 units.  

Flag patch in Ram Built to Serve truck
Two Ram Built to Serve trucks

Stylish cues are added to both the interior and exterior of the Built to Serve Ram trucks, including body-color wheel flares, black badges, unique interior stitching, and a United States flag decal. Additional features found in these special edition Ram vehicles include: 

  • “Built to Serve”-embroidered Velcro panels on the front seats 
  • “Built to Serve” instrument panel badge 
  • Black Onyx Chrome interior trim 
  • Sport seats 
  • Black wheel-to-wheel side steps 
  • Dual black exhaust tips 
  • Lockable console storage 
Closeup of seat in Ram Built to Serve truck

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For more information on the second installment of the Ram Built to Serve trucks or their design features, contact a member of the Classic CDJRF team today. Visit the Classic CDJRF inventory to view the current lineup of in-stock Ram trucks at our Arlington-area dealership.