All of our personal 6 door conversions are purpose-built daily drivers with safety, dependability, and creature comforts in mind.
2013 Dodge Ram 3500 6 Door Mega
6.7 Cummins diesel, 6 speed auto with exhaust brake,4×4, sunroof, auxiliary rear AC, Fusion front and rear color match bumpers with LED lights, 7,000 original miles. 9 passenger. B&W gooseneck hitch. Fifth wheel prep package. Rebuilt Title
- $40,000 2013 Dodge Ram 3500 Mega Cab
- $39,000 MEGA X 2 6 door conversion
- $ 3,000 Rear AC
- $ 4,500 Fusion Bumpers with LED’s
- $ 7,500 American force 22.5 Wheels, 10 Lug Adapters, Continental Tires.
- $94,000 Invoice (I cant part with my baby…. I can build you one.)
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My 2005-2009 MEGA MEGA
My favorite platform is the 2006-2009 Dodge Mega cab platform with a full 42″ stretch. I have become a fan of the dependable torque from the 6.7 Cummins and addicted to the 6 speed automatic coupled with the built-in exhaust brake. I also like the rear AC vents and other amenities only found in the 2006-2007 trucks. So for this build I started out with a 2007.5 with the 6.7, Laramie with the Tan interior (very rare truck)
Version 3.0 Coming Soon!
8 Passenger (Front buckets with center console) tan leather Laramie seating.
The Dodge 6 door MEGA MEGA Cab is the only build with three rows of reclining seats.
(Upgraded V 2)
Specs: 2007.5 Dodge Ram Six Door Mega Mega Cab with Rear AC, Laramie, 6.7 Cummins Industrial Injection fire ringed head ARP head Studs 100Hp injectors 85% over CP3 Fass Platinum 150 Towing Twins Phatshaft 62 Borgwarner S474 , H&S minimax programmer with delete capability,EFI CSP tuning, Built ATS IV 68 RFE trans with billet shafts and flex plate with Dual stack coolers with fan, MBRP Turbo back Dual exhaust with 2 Aeroturbine 4020 mufflers B&D remote mount exhaust brake.Fusion front and rear bumpers with Rigid LED lights, DP 52″ Curved Light Bar, Custom hood, Spray in bed-liner, B&W gooseneck hitch, 3.5″ lift kit, Blistein 5125 shocks, Firestone rear Air bags, Firestone in cab compressor and gauge Viar 400C compressor 3 gallon tank Horn Blaster nightmare horns, 20″ black XD wheels with Nitto 325 60R 20 SandGrappler tires, S&B Airbox, Dodge rubber mudflaps (covers 1/2 tires keeps it street legal), Prodigy break controller, AMP retractable running boards ( 2 sets), AMP Bed step, AMP Bumper step, AMP bed extender, Smoked headlights with BUS AC 55W 8000K HID lights, LED Tail lights, 3rd light…etc…etc
Below you can see the running boards extended along with the AMP Bed Step, AMP Bumper Step and the AMP Bed Extender.
If you click on the pic below you can see the AMP running boards extended when the door opens and retract when it shuts.
Current Adela’s Ride
After building a number of Excursion conversions for other families…I finally got around to building my wifes 2002 six door Ford Excursion 7.3 . We have owned this Excursion for some time and it has served our family well… but I did not like towing with the short wheel base and we can always use more passenger space. So it was time to add another set of doors.
We started with a Limited Edition that was Green on Tan, But decided on the white monochrome look…With updated front end and custom hood-bumper combo.
Next it was time to address the worn interior… since the exterior turned out so well we decided to go with the 2005-2007 King Ranch Leather. This is the softest , best looking leather ever put into a truck. In 2008 Ford went with the pigment in the KR and while you do not have to oil it… the look and feel will never be the same.
We ended up with a custom one-off 6 door Excursion with King Ranch interior capable of hauling the entire Mega X 2 crew !
Specs : 7.3 with 80 HP Injectors , Hybrid Turbo, King Ranch Interior, 11 Passenger Seating, Harley Davidson Headlights, Bull Bumper, 3″ Lift with Firestone Air Springs, Diamond Eye 4″ Turbo back Exhaust with 5″ tip, Upgraded towing trans with external cooler, American Racing 17″ ATX rims, Toyo 285/70 R 17 tires…etc…etc
I started out with an 1987 Ford F-350 that I added an extra row of seats. It started out as a gas motor, then progressed from a first generation Cummins, second generation with the 98 P Pump, all the way to a third generation common rail pushing 65lbs of boost with a single turbo, propane and methanol injection.
As you can tell by the trophies this 10,000 lbs truck was dominant in the mud bog competition for a number of years. ( You know you build a truck right when you can rev it to 4,800 rpms and drop the clutch )
In my pursuit for performance I was introduced to Steve Benson of ATS Turbo ( Arguably the father of diesel performance) and found that he had also built a 1987 Ford… even though it had a stock 7.3 in it … I talked him out of it.
I did not even have the truck 24 hours before the 7.3 was pulled and a 5.9 cummins was installed. Through multiple turbos, injectors and P-Pumps calibrations, It was running up to 37 degrees timing…. Used to race Corvettes and lift the head gasket in under 8 seconds under full throttle. Truck was scary powerful … and can’t count the number of grenaded tranny / upgrades built for this specific truck.
To get your custom conversion started call today !
Steve @ 801-803-3289