This is an Awesome Truck. Born on 04/04/2005. Bought it in late 2014. When I bought it, it had 16,800 miles, so I put 4000 miles on it in 7.5-ish years. Everything works. The interior is still like new! Runs Awesome: it's as reliable as it would be new! Overall, the truck is Very Clean, including underneath...because I take care of my vehicles... and its TOTALLY RUST FREE!!! Has paint scuffs consistent with a truck with 20,000 miles. This truck is all original except for a pair of tires, a new battery and such, but it has a spray-on bedliner, Billy Boat Mid-Pipes w/Cats, and Billy Boat Cat-Back w/Mufflers (stock exhaust manifolds/engine). Oil cooler lines are lifetime replacements (braided stainless steel by JTS Venom Performance). It only ever runs on Mobile One full synthetic 0W40, and it has a MOPAR Viper oil filter (last change: Sep 21). Power Steering lines appear to be original and have never leaked for me. No fluid leaks. Kept in a climate-controlled environment. Non-smoker. Puts a smile on your face every time you drive it! 8.3L (505 cu in) V10 pumping out a 500HP, 525TQ stock. Also has Tremec T56 Six-Speed manual transmission and a Dana 60 rear end. But unlike 2004, in 2005 they went to a 4.56 geared rear end...which makes it more "street-ably fun", IMHO (the stock 22-inch wheels + meaty tires are TALL, anyways). It's a Collector Truck, and it will ALWAYS hold its place in Muscle-Vehicle History! Plus, with a functional bed, and plenty of extra storage area behind the seats, it's perfect for running errands, and using it as "a Truck"...if not daily driving it. And Come'on: with no extra extend-O-cab and a short-wide bed, it NOT ONLY looks a Helluva lot better this way, AND is lighter in standard cab form, BUT it also takes up a less room in one's garage/car port/driveway/parking spot AND is more maneuverable with a shorter wheelbase. How often do you see these on the road? I'll say this: even today, it's STILL an attention-getter everywhere I drive it. Thanks for Looking!