Well, not brand new, but a used 2019 Ram 1500 classic, crew cab, SLT, hemi, 4x4 that is, to replace my 2017 Ram 1500, quad cab, 4x4, pentastar. Between this COVID19 crap and being so busy at work and home, I needed some serious cheerin' up. LOL. New truck always does the trick. I've been poking around for a crew cab to replace my quad. That was the main thing. I would have stuck with the Pentastar I liked that powertrain in the 1500 so much, but it's about impossible to find a crew cab with a pentastar given I like the more basic trim packages (and cost). This is the first time I've ever bought a repeat vehicle I love the Ram 1500 so much. I've also never owned a V8, so that's something different for sure. The new one has just under 15K miles on it. The 2017 has just over 55K miles. Did the transaction through Enterprise car sales, so the new one was a previously faarrrrted in rental. I've bought lots of ex-rentals over the years and never once have had a problem. This would be my first time buying direct through the rental car company and WOW was it nice!! SO nice compared to a conventional dealer. So low key. Zero pressure. Super helpful. Highly recommend it. Here's the new vs. the old.. I don't get the "new" one until tomorrow.