1967 Dodge D100 318 V8 from North America
The future is bright
This truck is so cool. It's the only one I have ever seen on the road. A one of a kind hotrod.
The clutch slips, the rear differential leaks, brakes are bad, hood spring is sprung, points are bad, and there's rust in the tank.
A dented left front corner panel, and the third coat of paint is peeling off.
Other than that, she's cherry.
OK, so it's an old truck with nice wheels, but I love it and someday I will have it looking and running like an American hotrod should. One of a kind.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 5th March, 2008
5th Mar 2008, 12:41
23rd Jun 2008, 18:16
These are pretty cool trucks, the old Dodge's. I saw many, many of them still in service in Bolivia after 30 years of work! This is actually the truck that first impressed me about Dodge trucks. When I was younger, I saw a guy with a '66 Dodge pickup, mounted on 2 1/2 ton Dodge military axles, climb the side of a gravel pit, with small trees hanging off the frame the whole way, and he only had a 318 in it! This was after he'd driven through a swamp with mud up to the door handles, knocking down tamarack trees the whole way. These things are tanks!