The newest and final Ram 1500 built for the Serve Edition honors the Coast Guard



Ram has released the fifth and final iteration of its limited edition Built to Serve trucks, a series of 1,500 special edition pickups designed to honor those serving in our military. The newest truck honors the Coast Guard and is available in either Spitfire (orange) or Bright White. (Apparently Ram is unwilling to recognize our sixth military branch, the newly formed Space Force.)

Like other Coast Guard-inspired Rams, the Coast Guard-inspired truck receives a unique badge, darkened fairing, body-colored fender flares, 20-inch wheels and the 1500’s 4×4 off-road package Velcro attached. Ram includes additional Velcro straps that owners can use to display their own military patches on the truck. The contrasting colored stitching of each edition reflects the branch of the military it is meant to commemorate – orange in the case of this latest version.

Prior to this latest Ram 1500 Built to Serve model, the brand offered variants honoring the Army (offered in a selection from Gator [green] or black color), Navy (offered in Ceramic Gray or Patriot Blue), Air Force (Anvil or Billet Silver Metallic) and Marine Corps (Tank Green or Flame Red). Although all previous variants were made in limited numbers, this latest Built to Serve 1500 will be the rarest. Ram only builds 500 Spitfires and 500 white trucks. Look for the last batch of the Ram 1500 Built to Serve truck, which should be available at dealerships by mid-year. Ram opens his order books for the limited edition model this month.

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