Junkyards in the Northwestern United States posess an abundance of old
Dodge Truck iron. These pages currently highlight a few boneyards in the
greater Spokane, WA vicinity. All thumbnails have a brief description
and by clicking them, you will see a larger version for better
analysis. Some pre-'61 trucks made it onto this page, because of the
shame or rarity involved. The photos are not very large in size, so don't
worry about slow loading.
- Early '50's
-'52? B series
with tall bed
- Early('61-'64) commercial Dodge missing a
- '70 or '71 Crewcab without rearend. Under
the hood resides a LA-318. NOTE! I TOOK THIS PHOTO YEARS AGO! THE TRUCK IS LONG GONE. (MANY, MANY PEOPLE HAVE E-MAILED ME ABOUT IT!)
- This is a '65 or '66 3/4 ton. This
truck donated the cab that is now on my '67 D-100. It is shown at its
permanant residence, at Art Santa Rosa's Wrecking. Look closely at the back
window of my old cab and you might notice a Mopar insignia.
- "Don't fence me in!" This '68
looks like it would run well if someone would just get it outta there.
- Early shorty clad in blue. It
doubles as a mudslide retardant when it rains and as a planter for
dandilions in spring.
- Later truck with custom hood prop.
Also, a later Adventurer bed with various housewares.
- '69 Utiline. I needed a front brake
drum, and this blue beauty had an axle to drive with and one in the bed.
Also in the bed there is a 318, making it a custom job(mid-engine).
- '69 or later longbed. Interesting
rear cab paint treatment. Note severe front end damage.
- '65-'67 truck with plenty of problems.
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