A 1994 Mitsubishi Mighty Max 4WD V6. The second-generation Mitsubishi truck was built from 1986-1996 and was sold in the US as both the Mighty Max, and as a captive import in the form of the Dodge Ram 50. This example employs a 3.0 liter V6 making 121 horsepower, the vehicle's range-topping engine. The Mighty Max was sold in the US well into the mid 90s, with 1996 being its last model year. Despite that, and while I did cross paths with a Dodge Ram 50 a couple of years ago, I hadn’t seen a Mighty Max in ages. I was especially amused that the ‘Mighty Max’ decal on the tailgate of this one had stood the test of time; details like that more often than not seem to be missing from well-used trucks like this one. According to the Carfax, this Mighty Max likely has around 140,000 miles on the odometer and looks to have spent most, if not all of its life, in Alaska.
So, today started off as a great day, until my girlfriend’s car was having transmission issues, I go to follow her to her house to make sure her car makes it, and boom clutch cable bracket snapped. I replace that and now I’ve got a weird clicking coming from my pedal assembly, anyone else ever experience this or have any insight as to what that noise could be? #mitsubishimightymax#mitsubishi#project#badluck
Someday this truck will be mine. It’s my uncle’s truck, and he’s the second owner. It’s a super rare 1985 Dodge D50 Power Ram. I’ve only seem a couple like this, as a matter of fact. It’s based off of a Mitsubishi Mighty Max, and even has a little badge that says ‘Imported For Dodge’. It’s got a 2.6 liter Mitsubishi 4G54 motor and a 5 speed, as well as 4 wheel drive, which a lot of people don’t expect considering how low it is. The truck drives great and handles like a car, gets great fuel economy, and can also handle very heavy loads in the rear. I love this thing.
Trying to do my part for KC's Urban Core Cleanup Day today. Half of these tires were in our shed or woods when we bought our house, the others were dropped off at the wrong location and I'm just helping to move them. #mitsubishimightymax#truckyeah