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Dodge A100

If the pony car was a synonym for the soaring Sixties, what about the pony truck? Seriously, these cab-over-engine trucks that were popular in that time seem to fit the bill: smallish trucks and vans with unconventional, by American practice of the time, drivetrain positioning. Ford and General Motors both had them, the second case forming the Corvair truck line. At Chrysler, though, these were ground-shifting commercial vehicles. Those who know rank them with the original Dodge Brothers truck of 1918 and the radical T300 Ram pickup of 1994 as the most important Chrysler trucks ever built, but what about the Dodge A100 …? Read more >

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