1994 was an eventful year. Nelson Mandella became the president of South Africa, OJ Simpson gave the Ford Bronco some free air-time, and Dodge released the 2nd generation Ram pickup that would define the brand for the next thirteen years.
Breaking the blocky, sedan-like mold poured by their competitors' previous generations, the designers of the second-generation Ram looked to the trucks of the 1950's to design an edition that stood out with just the right amount of bravado. With its rolling fenders and massive front grille, little of the first-generation Ram remained when Dodged revealed the 1994 model. What did remain, however, was the option of getting your workhorse