We’ve all heard of a Fummins (Ford with a Cummins engine). But has anyone seen a Ford interior inside a Dodge Cummins? This is a first for me... but how much should the owner be asking?!

I hate painted dash bezels! No! No! No!
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When you do an engine swap there is an analogy that you replaced the ‘heart’. With a new computer, the ‘brains’. The body - Skin? But what about an interior swap? The gastrointestinal system? The trachea? Or maybe the anus?

Are those newer Laramie wheels?
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Apparently I need to get out more because I’ve never seen an interior swap like this before. Sharing between trim levels in the same model, or even sport seats into a lesser-sporty car, that isn’t uncommon. Color swaps are very common. Heck, even I’ve done that - porno red to black interior in a 300zx...

Like a baseball glove but much more hacked together!
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But to take seats from a different brand and stick them into something else? This is rare. I can’t figure out if this was a small stroke of genius or if it was an idea found at a salvage auction. I’ll assume the latter.

Let’s be honest - the Dodge has a pretty shotty interior. Cracked dashes, seat belts IN the seats, and poor quality cloth. But where do you put the seat belts if you remove the seats?! The standard cab has them on the B-pillar but this is a QUAD CAB! You’ll feel very comfortable in these seats right up until the point your head goes through the windshield in a collision!

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Banged up like any diesel should be.
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If you read the ad there are plenty of HP mods or potential mods. Sadly with questionable seat belts, and... why aren’t there any pictures of the front end...?!!! Oh I see now...

2001 Dodge Ram Cummins, 2wd, 200k Miles, mods, damaged/missing front end bits... no price!

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What say you Oppo-experts! You should be a diesel connoisseur by now with all my ‘Ridiculous’ rants.

How much SHOULD this truck be listed for?

Ready. Set. Go!