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Killer Race Ram for sale!! Baja 1000 champ - full stock class

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This full stock race ready Diesel RAM belongs to Worthington Off Road and is only advertising the vehicle for free on our website. We do not have any involvement otherwise or have any financial gains if a buyer for this killer Dodge RAM is found!! Contacts made will be directly forwarded to Worthington - just use the contact form you find by clicking the banner below the image slide show! We feel obligated to Worthington Off-Road based on the fact that we made a connection 8 months back to a buyer that did not come through. In the meantime Worthington could sell the vehicle several times yet did hold on based on our inquiry. - The 2006 Baja 1000 was the first time a biodiesel-powered truck ever raced in the Baja. Build on a 2003 Dodge RAM diesel 2500 base, this truck is a fierce competitor in the desert race world

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Let's go back to the 2006 Baja 1000 - here are a few excerpts of press releases:

On November 16th, 2006, three Stock Full race trucks flying the KORE logo left the starting line to take on the notorious SCORE Baja 1000. KORE’s 2006 Team DESERT ASSAULT consisted of #865, RPM Off-Road, from Bristol, Tennessee, #866,Worthington Racing from Los Angeles, and #867, Team Canada Racing, from Alberta. Each team drove similarly-equipped Cummins diesel-powered Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 pickups. 1047.8 miles of whoops, silt beds, exposed rocks and standing water from recent hurricanes made that year’s Baja 1000 particularly challenging, claiming 146 of the 283 Four Wheel class starters – a 51% attrition rate. Team DESERT ASSAULT didn’t have it easy!
"We had passed everyone within the first 50 miles, but then we broke a sector shaft," said Loren Worthington, owner of #866. "We were right in the middle of the race course which made changing out the steering box dangerous, awkward and time-consuming. We barely made check point two without timing out."
At Ciudad Insurgentes, Landon Worthington took over in the left seat while Kroeker co-drove. "It was like a graveyard out there. Cars were everywhere stuck in the silt. Drivers stood near by with long faces and tow-straps in hand. We just couldn’t help everyone. There were so many. So close to the finish too. It was heartbreaking,” said Landon. Conservative, precise driving by Landon Worthington brought #866 down the Steps to the finish line in the city of La Paz. As the sun rose over the Sea of Cortez forty hours and seventeen minutes after the start in Ensenada the race was over. KORE/Worthington Racing had made it to the podium for third place.

The results for the 2006 Baja 1000 Full Stock class: 1. Josh Hall, Reno, Nev./Thad Stump, Gilbert, Ariz./Sam Cothrun, Reno, Nev., Hummer H2, 26:30:45 (39.52mph); 2. Terry Henn/Eric Henn/Blake Henn, Walnut, Calif./John Herman, Las Vegas, Hummer H1, 31:33:02; 3. Loren Worthington, Leona Valley, Calif./Landon Worthington, Malibu, Calif., Dodge 2500, 40:17:17. (9 Starters, 3 Finishers)

Noticeable results / race finishes with that diesel race truck:

  • 2006 Baja 1000 - Third Place
  • 2007 Laughlin Desert Challenge - Third Place
  • 2007 Baja Baja 500 - Third Place
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Baja 1000 champ

The 2006 Baja 1000 was the first time a biodiesel-powered truck ever raced in the Baja. Based on a 2003 2500 Dodge RAM diesel, this truck is a fierce competitor in the desert race world. Worthington Off Road makes bio diesel conversion for this kind of rigs in the comfort of their shop. They recycle even the used cooking oil that is thrown out when restaurants clean their deep fryers. The oil is processed and filtered and the result is a product that produces far less emissions than regular diesel and is much better for the engine, all for about 70 cents a gallon. The average Trophy truck gets approx 2.7 miles to the gallon with a gallon of race fuel costing over $5 a gallon these days. You do the math. Its not too hard to see why bio fuel in this truck makes sense. This truck averages over 10 miles to the gallon and is producing around 500 horsepower!! Not that bad 'eh?? Race the Baja on salad oil...


Truck is equiped with the following: 5.9 cummins with ht custom turbo, diesel dynamics injectors, sheid cam, industrial injection cp3 pump, turbonetics intercooler. TSt fuel box, fully billet tranny built by DTT. 2inch cromemoly cage, score and bitd tagged, three seater. Mastercraft seats, 2 lorance gps, 4 place intercom and vertec radio, 2 Parker pumpers, custom siren/pa system, 6 soltek hid lights on removeable light bar, 6 weld wheels bead locks, trussed front axle,DSS steering support,two fuel safe cells, 33 gal each, fass fuel/air separator, aluminium aux tranny cooler,kore suspension,fox 3.0 smothie and 3.0 bypass in the front, 3.0 bypass in the rear. Tons of spares mounted on the truck. Spares: 4 wheels, multiple sets of control arms, track bars, tie rod set, new steering box, turbo, ECM & PCM, tranny, injectors, intercooler, fass pump motor, fly wheel, front and rear drive shaft, stub shafts, main hub bearing, break caliper, break lines, alternator many more