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Junkyard Find: 1972 Dodge D200 Custom Sweptline

The Dodge D-series trucks were getting embarrassingly dated by the late 1960s, with their solid-axle front suspensions and archaic styling, so Chrysler created the third-generation D-series pickups for the 1972 model year. Here’s a reasonably solid three-quarter-ton from the first year of that generation, spotted in a Denver self-service yard. This one is pretty well-optioned […] The post Junkyard Find: 1972 Dodge D200 Custom Sweptline appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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