Tanya’s Truck is Up for Sale

AbleGuy

Officious Intermeddler
Tanya Harding Is Selling Her 1997 Dodge Ram

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“If you’re in the market for one of the cleanest 1997 Dodge Ram 1500s on the market, we found the perfect truck for you. Olympic figure skater Tanya Harding created a vintage website to sell some of her stuff, which includes this pristine Dodge Ram 1500. So, is this truck a gold medal-winning listing?

The 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 extended cab feature on Tonya’s listing is a pristine example. According to Tonya, this truck has undergone some serious restoration work, which includes: tires and wheels, differential, transmission, exhaust, brakes, inner and outer bearings, front steering arms, front steering stabilizer arm, drop-pitman arm, all bushings, and the main block of the motor.

Tonya didn’t skimp on maintenance either as she replaced: power steering pump, all hoses, water neck, radiator, alternator, water pump, battery, wipers, plugs wires.

In addition to all of these new parts, this 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 also has a 4-inch lift kit and 35-inch tires to give it an aggressive appearance. Combine these modifications with the comprehensive restoration and you have one of the nicest 1997 Dodge Ram 1500s on the road.

When it comes to trucks from the 1990s it's becoming quite hard to find an example that’s in good condition. Trucks from this era are still not highly collectible and very affordable, which means many of these trucks are still used as trucks. Although it may take some time before you see a 1990s truck sell for 6 figures at auction, that doesn’t mean there isn’t some pent-up nostalgia for these iconic beasts.

So if you’re looking to own a solid 1990s truck with a celebrity connection, there is no better option for sale today. Hop on Tonya’s site and purchase the 1997 Dodge Ram of your dreams.”
Source: Fox News via Tonya Harding
 

eporter

Adventurer
Every time I hear “Tanya” I think of the good ol’ dockside saloon in Portland. It used to be across the road & tracks from the docks. Now it’s surrounded by fancy new apartment buildings.


“Our real claim to fame was the finding of the Tonya Harding garbage that was to be the downfall of the Olympic Skater. On January 30, 1994, Kathy Peterson was emptying the garbage when she came upon several bags of trash that somebody had left in the dumpster. Upon examination of the garbage some very damaging evidence was found that led Tonya and her associates to be found guilty of the Nancy Kerrigan “club” incident. The most damaging paper that was found was an envelope with information concerning Nancy Kerrigan's practice schedule at her home rink the Tony Kent Arena. The handwriting was found to be Tonya's. She had earlier denied any involvement in the whole affair, but the garbage proved otherwise. To our knowledge, neither Tonya Harding nor any of her cohorts have ever visited the Dockside, we think they came upon the dumpster and thought they could save themselves a trip to the transfer station which is located about 5 miles from here. What a mistake that was! During those couple of weeks in January '94 we gave 63 interviews to various newspapers, magazines and TV shows. Who would have ever thought that the Dockside would be in the middle of such a notorious scandal. We joke that we're best known for our garbage, but we think our food is pretty darned good and we hope that you do to.

Please remember this…be careful where you dump your trash, you never know who might find it.“
 

Timcampsallover

Tree top flyer
So you’re saying we should ......https://www.treadlightly.org/about-us/.......and....https://www.nps.gov/articles/leave-no-trace-seven-principles.htm? I agree.
 

eporter

Adventurer
Leave no trace, that includes any incriminating evidence! They would’ve been better off just tossing it in the river than in that dumpster. Crazy how that all played out.
 

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