Country star Chris Stapleton is believed to have a longstanding relationship with Ram Trucks. The partnership includes things like an upcoming cover of Al Green’s “I’m a Ram” and a 2016 “Ram Nation” concert, but it also includes an opportunity for Stapleton to ask Ram to make one of his most memorable comebacks. trucks ever. The result was a one-off Ram 2500 “Traveller”.

Inspired by the 1979 Ram Palomino, which the brand calls “Stapleton’s favorite,” the Traveler, announced via Facebook on Monday, is a custom Ram 2500. The exterior features a two-tone color scheme with a graphic stripe that pays homage to the Palomino. Shades of cream and light brown have been tweaked for more modern paint technology, while the strip itself has been redesigned to better suit the more curvaceous shape of the current 2500. Up front, the look is finished off with a sculpted Ram hood ornament. which pops up to the grate.

Inside, the retro look continues with dark brown leather and walnut materials, highlighted by red flannel accents on the headrests and inside the center console. This plaid is a nod to the jacket Stapleton wore on the cover of the album that gave the Traveler truck its name. The truck is promoting Stapleton’s Nashville Country Music Hall of Fame show, which, not coincidentally, was already sponsored by Ram.

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