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Ram Outdoorsman ready for deep-woods off-roading

Ram 2500 Outdoorsman - Mopar is gearing up to hit the Strip in full force at the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Nov. 4–7, with a fleet of Mopar-modified vehicles and hundreds of existing and prototype Mopar products. Among the “Moparized” vehicles on display will be the Ram 2500 Outdoorsman for Ram owners who love to head into the wild. Creating the perfect base camp, the Ram 2500 Outdoorsman is built to blend in with its surroundings with the help of Mopar products and unique camouflage design touches.

Ram is bringing the great outdoors to the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas next month.

The Ram 2500 Outdoorsman is a Power Wagon pickup concept that’s visited Mopar’s quartermaster for some deep-woods gear.

Ram repurposed a set of utility hoops in the bed as a tent frame and covered it in some Mossy Oak Bottomland camouflage fabric. The pattern also featured on the hood, roof, and sides of the Swamp Thing Green-painted pickup.

The truck rides on 17-inch bead lock wheels with mud-terrain tires, and gets a set of fender flares, Bilstein shocks and a leveling kit to keep it looking good. Flip-up two-person seating on the tailgate does that for you when you’re just hanging loose.

It’s also got all of the awesome bits from the Power Wagon, including its 12,000-pound Warn winch, 410 hp 6.4-liter V8, beefy axles, rock rails and 4x4 drivetrain.

The 2500 Outdoorsman is one of 11 new concepts Mopar is bringing to SEMA, including a Dodge Viper ACR track car and Dart R/T.