Dodge's A100 series of vans and pickups was Chrysler's admittedly late response to the cab-over, or forward control, truck phenomenon of the 1960s, but it was arguably the most capable. Born out of Detroit's hedge-all-bets response to the Volkswagen Type 2 truck platform, which was introduced in the 1950s and inspired the Chevrolet Corvair Greenbriar (1961-65), the Ford Econoline (1961-67) and, finally, the A100 (1964-70), it was the lone competitor to offer V-8 power. This restored 1967 example, with its well laid custom finish, brings the best of the A100's design and mechanical offerings: the five-window "Custom" body style, a 318 V-8 engine and the safer dual-circuit braking system. Check out this Custom-finished 1967 Dodge A100 Pickup on @HemmingsAuctions through the link in our profile.
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