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1965 Dodge D-200 426 Street Wedge Truck

Matt writes:
I have one of ten 426 street wedge Dodge trucks known to exist,
and have the only known D-200.

In addition to the p/s, p/b, a/c and 426 street wedge (10.3:1 engine),
the Dodge has a Dana 60 with 3.54 SureGrip.
front, 1965 426 street wedge Dodge D200 truck
front, 1965 426 street wedge Dodge D200 truck, interior front, 1965 426 street wedge Dodge D200 truck, dash

front, 1965 426 street wedge Dodge D200 truck, fender tag front, 1965 426 street wedge Dodge D200 truck, 426 engine tag
My Dodge truck is unrestored and I am the third owner.
The original owner worked for Chrysler and owned the truck
until he died in 2001. I bought this truck from his next
door neighbor.
front, 1965 426 street wedge Dodge D200 truck, driver's side


I am on Ben Simons' Custom Sport Special and/or High Performance Package Registry Web Site.
We are trying to make these trucks better known as I'm sure a lot have been crushed or are lying in the weeds.



Thanks, Matt!

Very neat Dodge D-200!

You are correct. These HI-PO trucks are not widely known.

But hopefully this Web page will help spread the word!  smile!

Gary H.


October 7, 2004

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