Street Scenes Four
- Stout 3/4 ton
ready to go. Note hood misalignment. This seems to be a common problem, caused by hood hinge wear.
- Go to school in
style. Go in a DODGE School Bus. (Note: Picture is distorted due to
H2O on camera lens.)
- Clean camper
with good parking. Great for those who want to secretly take pictures of it.
- This is an
interesting subject. On a psudo car-lot and taxi depot, this truck awaits
attention. Speaking of attention, take a gander at that uniquely functional
- Rare '71
Sweptline Special. These shortbed trucks were sold with very few options
and a 198 Slant-six to try and outsell competitors trucks. Dodge was able
to market them for $300 less than F*#d or C&$*y trucks in the same market.
Due to the low number of options, these trucks are a noteworthy find. This
one was found in Cookeville, Tenessee. Apparently, it needed a great
deal of T.L.C. before it would have moved under its own power. (photo
submitted by Chris Lublin.)
- Another front
mounted spare on this '70 or '71 shorty. Maybe he bumps traffic out of his way
with it. I would.
- Tough 3/4 ton
with trim along bodyline. Note spare gas tank door, which is fairly common on
these trucks in this area.
- Say hello to the
"Power Ass Wagon." Although I can't take credit for the name on this one, I must
say that it's a real attention getter. Note custom wood panel on tailgate.
- On the same lot
as that directly above, this later shorty sits. If I had this truck, I would...
- Now, here's a
dangerous duo. The closer truck(minus bed) is a Power Wagon with an obviously
incorrect hood. Note other Mopar vehicles in background of the first shot.
- One of the few
and the proud, a big D-series truck. Note unique rear dump bed.
- A fairly rare sight,
one non-Power Wagon D-100 4x4 on yet another car lot. Used and abused, but very
- Stock D-100
longing to be driven.
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