Welcome to the Street Scenes pages. All of the thumbnail files are described in as
much detail as possible and, by clicking on them, you will see a larger version for
better examination. The photos are not very large, so don't worry about slow
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Some earlier trucks made it onto this page due to the uniqueness or rarity
- Tough late
fifties POWER WAGON Utiline. Note old or one-off snowplow.
- Stake Bed Dodge with some decent front
end sheetmetal, considering its age. Looks like a `59 or `60.
-- - This is a rare '58,
single headlight D-100 Sweptside. Found by Chris Lublin in Tenessee, the
truck is currently being restored. Neat photos! Chris noted that
the engine is a 315 V-8 backed by an automatic tranny. (photos submitted by
- This late fifties
Dodge seems to be on it's way to "street machine stardom." Obviously
under construction, but well done. (photo submitted by Steve Botkin.)
- A `59 or `60 D-100 with some
turbine wheels and a two-tone paint scheme. The bed's body style on this vehicle represents the first
incarnation of the Sweptline name.
`64-`70 Vans and A-100's
- White A-100 panel
van with custom mag wheels. It's been sitting too long...
- Blue A-100 van
next to house. Yet another Dodge used as a planter.
- Ex-US Mail Van.
Very unique, look closely at the front end for the DODGE emblem. Last licensed in
- Here's an
interesting scan submitted by Rod
Goings. As Rod states, the image was found in a "labor relations
newsletter and was used in an article about hiring practices in Mexico.
According to the article the van pictured is used in recruiting women to
work in industrial factories. Apparently, women have to be pregnancy tested
before employment and the article mentioned that through NAFTA, the U.S.
Labor Secretary is trying to eliminate this practice. Definitely shows the
odd roles A-100s have played over the years." Thanks, Rod.
- Green A-100
Wagon. Found across the lot from the first (white) one above.
- Two-tone Wagon
under a tree. Only half credit given here since the elements can still harm the
vehicle(as opposed to a garage).
- A-100 Wagon
fitted with special roof section. Most likely, this was purchased from the
dealer in this configuration. Driven daily.
- Here we have a unique A-100
pickup, painted light purple on white. There are never enough custom A-100 pickups.(Image courtesy of
The Northern Mopars Auto Club)
- This A-100 pickup has a set of
Mopar police car wheels painted to match the body color. On top of that, the cleverly flamed paint
job adds 5mph to the truck at any speed.(Image from High
Performance Mopar Magazine Jan. `98 issue)
|MORE A-SERIES VAN & TRUCK IMAGES|
`61-Early `65 Sweptline Era Trucks
- '61 Longbox
acting as a pallet supporting device. Note painted over door logo area(ex-business
truck of some sort).
- '61 Power
Wagon. Appears to be in a hunting configuration. Extremely large front bumper
for those who weren't convinced by the menacing stance.
- '61 D-100
Longbed. Linked pic isn't much bigger, sorry.
- D-300 recently
restored and in excellent condition. Clean paint job, too.
- D-100 Tradesman in
alley near major thoroughfare. Notice added top section to service box.
- This B/W photo is of an early sixties Sweptline fire truck on the job fighting fires. The truck, as I am told, is still running strong.(Photo submitted by Chris Lublin)
- D-200 with
non-stock flatbed. Note creative use of diamond plate and placement of spare.
- Pre-'65 D-700
with dump bed. I'm not sure if this one was for sale or if the owner was just
showing it off(it has been there for quite a while).
- Neato shorty
complete with meaty rear treads and sano stock wheelcovers. 318
Wideblock power, too. Curious '61 Dart Pickup-style trim (probably a `62).
- Longbox Utiline
here. Were tires mounted up front ever in style??
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