• Jan 13, 2008
Click image for a hi-res gallery of the Ram reveal preparations

The official introduction of the 2009 Dodge Ram is still almost a half-hour away, but preparations for the cattle stampede that will herald the truck's arrival appear to be going exactly as planned. Tucked out of sight in a downtown Detroit parking lot-turned-corral are 115 head of longhorn cattle that came all the way from Oklahoma for the event. As you can see, they're fine-looking critters, and according to the wranglers babysitting them, they're also as friendly as can be. They just don't smell too great. But hey, get 100-plus steer in one place and there'll be no shortage of BS.

Also on hand with our animal friends are a trio of 2009 Rams. They're disguised, but we managed to get peeks of different elements as the trucks were readied for their big moment. We'll have photos and video of the reveal and press conference a little later, but until then, we've got these pregame pics to tide you over.



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      • 7 Years Ago
      This is one act that's gonna be followed with a shovel...

      Had to say it! ;-)
      • 7 Years Ago
      I see the regular cab that everyone wants to see!
      • 7 Years Ago
      I wish I could be there for that, I've always loved Chrysler/Dodge's shows.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Have to wonder how the cattle got there. Methane power?