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Old 09-23-07, 05:24 PM   #1
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My cruise on saturday!

I had a blast I took my old 65 D-100 out for a cruise day with other sweptline era dodges... HAD A BLAST!!!! Ended up doing about 330 miles on the old truck!! Here are a few pics.. Mine is the black one(the beat up looking one.....for now)











If you have ever seen the SHINING here is the Stanley Hotel!
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Old 09-23-07, 05:25 PM   #2
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And here is Jessica with our new buddy!!! (She has always wanted one)
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Old 09-23-07, 05:40 PM   #3
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Great pics man!

We had an old Dodge truck like that when I worked at a hardware store back in the early 70's. It had NO power nothin'! Was a biatch to steer and stop. It was my first experience driving a real truck.

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Old pick-ups rock !!
Beautiful pix !!!
Now I need to add Colorado on my ever growing 'Must Visit' list !!
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Old 09-23-07, 05:47 PM   #5
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Nice, what a day for a ride to Estes Park. My favorite is the red Power Wagon, I was kind of surprised that there was only only one 4WD in the group. All are nice, what a tough truck.
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Nice, what a day for a ride to Estes Park. My favorite is the red Power Wagon, I was kind of surprised that there was only only one 4WD in the group. All are nice, what a tough truck.
Same here...thought there would be more 4x4's..... give me time and mine will be!
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Old 09-23-07, 05:55 PM   #7
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Great pics man!

We had an old Dodge truck like that when I worked at a hardware store back in the early 70's. It had NO power nothin'! Was a biatch to steer and stop. It was my first experience driving a real truck.
HAHAHAHA Yup that is my truck!!!! I love it!
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Old 09-23-07, 05:57 PM   #8
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Damn cool stuff!
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Ram tough stuff! Rock on MOPAR!!
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Old 09-25-07, 09:36 PM   #10
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Damn cool stuff!
It was awsome1111 The looks from other people was great.. we had a few road cyclist stop and look for a bit was a good time!
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Nice trucks man. I'm more partial to the A-100's. My dad had one when I was a baby. He was changing the clutch in his the day I was born, as a matter of fact. Coolness. Old Mopar FTW.
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Nice trucks man. I'm more partial to the A-100's. My dad had one when I was a baby. He was changing the clutch in his the day I was born, as a matter of fact. Coolness. Old Mopar FTW.
Those A series are sweet, don't see many around here. I only know 2 personaly!
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Cool, I recognize some of those from the sweptline forum. I have a 68. [

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Cool, I recognize some of those from the sweptline forum. I have a 68.
Very Sweet!
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When my son was a kid he was scarred of some of those old Dodge trucks. He thought they had big bug-eyes that were watching him and out to get him.
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Don't see many of those old Dodges around. They're pretty cool, though. Must've been fun to see them all together like that.
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interior shots would've been sweet. I love the spartan dash boards on the old p/ups.
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Don't see many of those old Dodges around. They're pretty cool, though. Must've been fun to see them all together like that.

It was a great time!
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interior shots would've been sweet. I love the spartan dash boards on the old p/ups.

I'd show mine... but it needs some love LOL
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There is something classy about the lines of the older pickup trucks. They were made for work duty on a farm or a ranch, not a car replacement.
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