Posted by: Mark Polk | 2017

1992 Dodge Dakota Warrior

In the early 90’s Dodge came out with two special edition Dodge Dakota trucks with step-side beds. A company called L.E.R. Industries did the conversions. The step-side beds were constructed out of fiberglass and a product called galvineel was used on the inside of the step-side beds.

These trucks were designed to resemble the popular Li’l Red Express and Dodge Warlock truck’s of the late 70’s. Although the exact number of these special edition Dakota truck’s is not known it is believed that there were less than 500 made.

The Dodge Dakota truck that resembled the black Dodge Warlock truck’s was named Warrior. The black Warrior truck’s are more rare than the Lil red Express Dakota truck’s. These special edition Dakota truck’s were intended to be made in 1990 and 1991, however some of the bed conversions were left over and used in 1992 model trucks. It is said that only about 40 of the 1992 conversions were done. Another thing that makes the 1992 model truck’s unique is the magnum 318 V8 used in some of the truck’s.

I recently found and purchased a one owner 1992 Dodge Dakota Warrior with a 318 magnum engine. It is 100% original from the factory. I have the build sheet and the original pricing from the dealership where the owner purchased it new in 1993.  The truck has 162,000 original miles with a list of all the maintenance that was done on the truck. The clear-coat is peeling off and it could use a paint job. There is no rust except for some surface rust on the roof and there are no dents in the truck. This is a very rare and original 1992 Dodge Dakota Warrior.

If anybody is interested in purchasing the truck you can contact me at mark@rveducation101.



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