The original Warlock debuted in 1976.

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Originally conceived as a sort of concept truck for the road, it packed personalization like bucket seats, "fat tires," chrome on the running boards, real oak on the sideboards and gold accent stripes.     

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Sounds cool, right?

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Well, this one is the opposite of that.

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First of all, its base is pretty much the opposite of the original idea of a road-going concept, because the Ram 1500 Classic is the ­last­-generation truck.     

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This new Warlock gets the beefier grille from the Rebel, powder-coated bumpers, black wheels and wheel flares, a 1-inch lift kit, black badges, unique Warlock decals and an optional Sport hood.     

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Does it have fat tires? No. Does it have chrome? No. Real wood? Nope, not even inside. Gold accent stripes? I think you get where this is going.     

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The original Warlock, as far as I can tell, didn't have the word "Warlock" anywhere on the exterior, either.     

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If there's one thing the Ram 1500 Classic Warlock has going for it, it's value, sort of, with a starting price of $35,345 (not including $1,695 for destination).  

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Keep scrolling, because eventually you'll get to a couple pictures of the real Warlock.

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