Interceptor Dodge Ramcharger?

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Asked by May 12, 2013 at 04:04 AM about the 1988 Dodge Ramcharger

Question type: General

I'm buying my first car, I know I've been here before on another truck but that fell threw. What I have here is a 1988 Dodge Ramcharger, and from what the guy says its got a police interceptor 318 v8 in it. I've never heard of this before. Any thing I should know or worry about?

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Was the installation done correctly? I wouldn't worry too much about it if it has been workin' just fine.~

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It runs like a dream. I can't seem to find specs on it though

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You can't find spec on it because the Interceptor name is usually associated with the Ford name. Dodges have the Dodge Charger Pursuit. Treat it like it has a ordinary 318 engine unless it's proven to be better.

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Isn't that something. These really are SUPER cars with the 5.6 and the Pusher Bars and Heavy Duty transmissions with the gogli-gear or whatever they call it, have heard repurposed drivers complaining that it seemed to have tooo many gears~ Silicone Heater Hoses....nothing but the Best for those sworn to protect us!~

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