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'74 D100 I had in the 90s, 1990 D150 I just bought last fall & my daily.
i know i've got a few dodge trucks , 36 , (3)37"s , 38 , 41 , 57 , 60 , 61 , 64 , 69 , 70, 71
i forgot my 72 w200 crewcab , and for rrr my buds coe . yes he's using a baby dodge poly with hemi heads ,its going to have a huffer of some kind . trying to talk him into a front mount setup . i have a bud who's going a front mount for his cad engine , i'm thinking that design would work great for this coe as well .
Start with the daily driver 2012 ram 1500 longhorn 5.7l hemi 4wd. Working on a 95 dakota. Basically a full resto but a twist to a big block swap. Thinking of a 400 stroked to 512 or 470. Plan to mate it to a 4l80e trans with 3.55 gears. Then my dads '12 ram 2500 with 6.7l Cummins in Hill green (very close to go green or sassy grass)
Here is our collection all daily drivers 88 rc 82 rc 76 rc 85 w150
My 58 Powerwagon 392 Hemi
My 71 , being rebuilt now due to dents you see in pic from a collision with a blind horse . Horse survived too.
78 Warlock and 87 Indianapolis
I have a very strange 75 Plymouth Trailduster. It has a pickup cab that is not a removable top. Inside the back of the cab is the front of the bed and it is a 6-foot box. There is no seam between the bed and the cab and there are no bolts to take out to remove the top because it's all one piece with the rest of the cab. It was a forest service vehicle so it was painted that forest service Green on the top of a blue metallic. It looks like Plymouth or Dodge which I believe the trailduster is a Dodge with a Plymouth option, anyway it looks like they took a regular pickup cab and on each side they cut and grafted the trailduster side panels. Anyway as I said this was a forest service truck and it has a big metal box welded into the front of the bed so that they could secure all their gold coins and stuff that they find whenever they're out there in the woods looking for treasure. vin AA0BF5X000001
well, might as well post the latest addition....
Here's my 06 3500, CTD, 6 speed. 245k miles. I've had it about 9 years. Its originally a Texas truck so still very clean. This is it only outing this winter, to get the trunk floor blasted in the Duster. Cheers, Steve
Got a chance to make mine look a little different from the other up here lol last pic was bringing the dart home, nothing like a dodge pulling a dodge
My tow rig and winter daily driver! Cley
Might as well put the 78 D100 up again. From Years Gone By . . . 225 /6 w 2bbl, 4 spd out of '85 D100, 3.23 gears. Silver Diamond Tucked seat inserts with black banding. Cadillac chrome rim in dash clock in the proper location. Factory mopar aluminum wheels, off of something like a Fury, stripped the black stripes out of them and then polished. Custom "Imron" polyurethane enamel paint job from back in the day, never fades . . tough industrial finish. Had an aweful lot of Fun boating too . . .
Engine and interior
A lot of cool trucks for sure! Here’s my 2005 SRT 10. Bought in 2012 with a little over 50k mi. I use it as a daily so it’s approaching 120k. It’s a fun truck!
Not very cool but practical. Hay, feed, transport critters. Wife loved it for that. 2.0L 4-gear. 3:90
Just bought this about a half hour ago. 1991 with a v6 and 5 speed. Been looking for a "beater" to take trash and stuff.
My 79 Macho, hope to get it back up and running this year
just applied the use of ''go go green's'' bed bumper hitch . and the use of that flat bed for the latest parts for stocking . ''go go'' is getting some newer shoes as well .