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More '65-'67 Trucks...
While under construction, this utiline has all kinds of planned mods. The
most notable, although difficult to see, is the completed and fully
independent front suspension via subframe.
- '65 or '66 longbed
with small camper. Look for the box in the bed of the this one.
hauler is about all I've seen this one pose as. Note mounting of large
- This poor old
thing has been in the same spot for years--on an old car lot. It's been abused
and desperately needs TLC. Note vandalism.
- Note the close
proximity if the tree to this one. Looks like another work truck to me.
daily driver. This one had a clean body, and very little rust. Perfect
for resto or custom.
- This is a `67 Utiline which seems to
have been customized at one time. Note wheels/tires and raked stance. The rear bumper on this truck
may be an OEM part, which is a rare find. (Photo submitted by Chris Lublin)
- `66 D-100 with the 225 Slant Six.
The paint job on this one looks very clean, possibly a fresh repaint considering the repetitive use of
white. (Photo submitted by Chris Lublin)
- This truck is a `66
D-200 with a Polysphere 318 and automatic tranny. Another example of a really clean paint job. This
is most likely a repaint due to the lack of black paint on the core support. (submitted by Chris
- Here's a `65 D-200
Stake with a Polysphere 318 and 4-speed tranny.(submitted by Chris Lublin)
- `66 D-200 Longbed. Clean truck
with some body damage. Most likely another lawn and garden hauler.
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- Clean 3/4 ton
with homemade side racks. Although kept for work purposes, the owner regularly
maintains and drives it.
- Whut?? A tandem axle
Sweptline Era truck?? Yes and no. This is a custom job just waiting to hit the
road. Unfortunately, Chrysler never manufactured them in this configuration.
Wouldn't it have been neat though??
- Used car lots
have a surprising abundance of these trucks. This is a prime example, and
probably one of the nicer of those found at such locations.
- You may remember
this one from the picture for the "Part Sources" link. Kinda dark in this
- Nice and straight
'68 Adventurer. Where'd the front fenders go? Note Adventurer emblem on tail
and original police-style dog dish hubcap.
- This owner is
into custom stuff that never gets finished. Note buckets in utiline, and bondo
filled '69 Camaro tail on early Corvette.
- Found this one
near Mead Used Auto Parts, one of my favorite junkyards. This one, however,
wasn't a parts truck. Note white roof, possibly original.
- '68 D-200, also
found in Tenessee. Note flatbed. (photo submitted by Chris Lublin.)
- This subject,
found at Art Santa Rosa's Truck Wrecking, apparently has a 383/727 combo and runs
good. Too bad I didn't find it before Art did.
- This is a clean
example of an original 383 powered, automatic transmission D-100 longbed. Note the hard white tonneau
cover on this one.
- What a MONSTER! Can you imagine crusing
around in this beauty? The hood scoop alone is intimidating enough for most people. Here Ch*#y,
Ch*#y, Ch*#y... (Courtesy of Joe Cimoch)
- This is quite a picturesque scene,
two tough Power Wagons at dusk. What a combination, a crew cab (in case you wanna bring friends along
for the ride) and a longbed (multipurpose).(Courtesy of Joe Cimoch)
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