Chris Lublin, a bonafide Dodge Truck Enthusiast, maintains the 1917-1980 Dodge
Truck Mailing List. (NOT THE AUTHOR OF THIS WEBSITE) This list covers all
Trucks built by the Chrysler Company (Dodge, Fargo,DeSoto, Plymouth) from
1917-1980. It covers pickups, vans, Town Wagon-Town panel, Medium and heavy
duty trucks, and military trucks. Members of the list swap e-mail messages in a
way which everyone can respond and add input to ongoing topics related to
1917-`93 Dodge Trucks. As of Feb. 10th, 1999, there were 135 members. What a
great way to share information with fellow owners! Any Dodge Truck enthusiast is
encouraged to join, and will become a member by sending an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more detailed information about the Dodge Trucks Mailing List, visit http://www.onelist.com/community/DODGETRUCKS.
The Power Wagon Advertiser
The Power Wagon Advertiser is a monthly magazine aimed at the
hard-core Power Wagon restorer/enthusiast. For more info, inquire at this
Another mailing list worth subscribing to is the Town Wagon and Panel
Mailing List. Here, discussion on all topics relating to the tough Town
Wagon and Town Panel Trucks by Dodge continues on. To join the list, simply
send a message with the word "subscribe" in the subject heading to:
and you will be added promptly. From there, a set of instructions plus
informative Town Wagon and Town Panel e-mail will arrive into your e-mail
box. The Town Wagon and Panel Mailing List is proctered by Wade Van Buskirk.
'57-'59 Sweptside Registry
Monty Montgomery is a writer, enthusiast, and owner of some great Dodge
Trucks. He is also the manager of the Dodge D-100 Sweptside Registry. If you
own a '57-'59 Sweptside, you need to talk to Monty! Contact info:
Dave Fenner is in charge of the 'Job-Rated' `39-`47 Truck Registry. To join the
registry, Dave requests your name, address, phone number and vehicle ID for any
light Dodge Trucks, civilian or military of the body style used for Job-Rated
trucks manufactured from 1939 thru 1947. A periodic newsletter is planned. Also, visit Dave's site
at http://www.39-47dodgetrucks.com/. For more
information, send e-mail or snail mail to:
Dodge Power Wagon Page features a rare item; an Online Registry. Simply enter
the necessary information, click a button and that's it! Jay adds your name,
e-mail address and truck specs to the list of fellow Power Wagon owners from
around the world. Nice feature! Click here to add
yourself to The Power Wagon Registry Online.
The Dodge Dude Pickup Registry
Administered by Ryan Peterson, the Dodge Dude Registry offers a connecting point for
owners and enthusiasts of `70-`71 Dude Pickups. To register your truck, simply
e-mail Ryan at email@example.com
with your truck's model year, engine specs, tonnage rating, transmission type, color
(interior and exterior) and options. He also requests photos and other
information if you can provide them. Visit Ryan's Dude Website to see other
Dude Pickups which have become a part of the growing registry.
Li'L Red Express-Warlock Registry
Specializing in Mopar's muscle trucks of the seventies. More info:
The Li'L Red Express-Warlock Registry
P.O. Box 578
Highland City, FL 33846
The 1961-1971 Dodge Truck Association
Our purpose is to be the premier organization and resource for the promotion of the preservation and
restoration of the trucks, vans and utility vehicles produced by Chrysler Corporation in the years
1961 through 1971. Our goal is to encourage the automotive aftermarket to support our hobby. Our
annual meet is the 1961-1971 Nationals, known as CAMP DODGE. Contact MoparNorm at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details or visit our website at
The A-100 Van and Truck Association
Brian Bowie is the President of the "A-100 Van/Truck Association" and is also
an owner of a large supply of parts for the vehicles. He is best reached
weekdays between 7-9pm (Eastern Time) and is very willing to talk with
enthusiasts as long as they pay for the call. Contact him for club, parts or
enthusiast info at:
The A-100 Van and Truck Association
4684 Walters Lane
Harwood, Maryland 20776
Vintage Mopar Trucks Club on Yahoo!
The Vintage Mopar Trucks Club is an online meeting place and message board for Dodge Truck owners
and enthusiasts. There are no regulations on the age of the trucks you are interested in, and best
of all the club is free! There is also a really slick chat room feature. The author, Richard
Moore, is hoping to create a place for friends to share idea's and thoughts about keeping Vintage
Mopar Trucks alive. Visit the Vintage
Mopar Trucks Club at http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/vintagemopartrucks.
The Polyspherical Engine Association
The Polyspherical Engine Association is dedicated to the preservation and
ownership of Early A-series V8 engines such as the 277, 301 and 318. Check out
their Website for further information on parts resources, links, and other
The Fargo Owner's Club is open to all interested in the
Canadian assembled Fargos Trucks. We publish a newletter, etc.
Contact Evan Davis @ (306) 469-5735 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Dodge Class C RV Club
The Dodge Class C RV Club is a nuts and bolts group dedicated to Dodge RV Class
C enthusiasts. For more information, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WPC (Walter P. Chrysler) Club
The WPC (Walter P. Chrysler) Club is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of
ALL Chrysler Products. We have about 5000 members worldwide and we host annual meets
each July. Members receive the Award Winning WPC News, monthly. For more information
visit our Website at http://www.pacificcoast.net/~wpc or e-mail
us at email@example.com.
The Plymouth Owners Club
The Plymouth Owners Club was formed in 1957 and now has over 3600 members
worldwide. In its early years it focused on Plymouths from the
pre-war era; now it recognizes Plymouth vehicles 25 years an older.
Included in recognition are Plymouth commercial vehicles from 1935-41 as
well as Canada's "Plymouth" truck, the Fargo, which was sold by
Chrysler-Plymouth dealers here from 1936-1972.
For further information on the club and a sample magazine, contact our
Membership Secretary Jim Benjaminson at firstname.lastname@example.org (Walhalla, ND). Also, be
sure to surf by their Website which is
Spokane Washington is the home of this new Mopar club which hosts any
enthusiast of Mopar vehicles. Club dues are $10 yearly and will
presumably include a regularly updated newsletter. A Website is in the
works, but until then contact Archie or Gail Grant at (509) 235-4761. More
Spokane Mopar Enthusiasts
P.O. Box 329
Cheney, WA 99004-0329
Big Sky Mopars Club
Steve Botkin is the president of the Big Sky Mopar Club in Kalispell,
Montana. They also have branch chapters in Missoula, Helena and Billings.
They cater to all Mopars and AMC's. At their third annual car show
September 13th, 1997, they had 70 cars in attendance, all Mopar. For more
Big Sky Mopar Club
704 Shadow Lane
Kalispell, MT 59901
The Northeast Mighty Mopar Club
The Northeast Mighty Mopar Club is over 1000 members strong, and they offer a
Dodge Truck T-shirt that depicts a Lil' Red Express and a couple of Power
Wagons. FOR FREE CLUB INFO with a list of Mopar t-shirts and merchandise,
send a large SASE to the:
Northeast Mighty Mopar Club
19 Treasure Island Road
Plainville, MA 02762 U.S.A.
Mopar or No Car! CHRYSLER...DODGE...PLYMOUTH ONLY!
Wisconsin MoPar Muscle Club
The Wisconsin MoPar Muscle Club caters to any and all years of Mopar cars and trucks.
Their members own everything from a 1914 Dodge thru the latest in Quad cab Rams. The club had
150 members as of 10/99 and is growing rapidly. They are based in southeastern Wisconsin,
but have members all over the central US area. The club runs three shows and two swap meets each
year in the Milwaukee area including a free summer picnic. Dues are $25 per year, which
includes a monthly newsletter, window sticker and 50% off entry to all club shows/swaps. You can
even run free ads in their newsletter. For info, see club web page at http://home.sprynet.com/~mr64dodg/wmmchome.htm
click on the WMMC (Wisconsin MoPar Muscle Club) logo.
Houston Mopar Connection Club
"The Houston Mopar Connection Club (HMCC) has well over 100 family members at this time. We have
interest in all vehicles made by or associated with what was the Chrysler Corporation! Some of us are
starting to get used to DaimlerChrysler, too." They host a yearly Houston Mopar Show and Race as well.
For more information, visit their website at http://www.houstonmopars.org/ or contact email@example.com for questions or club info.
Chicagoland Mopar Connection
As we enter the new Millenium, Chicagoland Mopar
Connection is one of the largest collector car clubs in the country with 700 members. CMC members
own everything from the Dodge Brothers earliest cars, to the classics and Muscle Cars of later years,
to the Vipers and Prowlers which rolled off the assembly line yesterday. There are national show
winners, but many daily drivers too. Many of our members think cars are to be driven. For example, of
the 20 Wing cars owned by our members, none live life on a trailer. But we also have many national
show winners that can be seen regularly at CMC events. For More Information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at http://www.chicagolandmopar.com.
The Durango Owners Club
The Durango Owners Club
C/O Herman Ascher
P.O. BOX 1454
Rowlett, TX 75030
Dodge Trucks BeNeLux
Are you a European fan or owner of Dodge Trucks? Check this site and club out, it's
probably the first Dodge Truck Website not published in English. The organization is
called Dodge Trucks BeNeLux and is
club for owners of Dodge (pickup)trucks in the BeNeLux (Belgium, Netherlands,
Luxemburg) in Europe.
Bill "Maverick" Golden is still out racing and wowing crowds with his awesome
A-100, the Little Red Wagon. He also sells a wide selection of Little Red
Wagon memoribilia for the true enthusiast. Call (501)-268-7970 if interested.