"Catering to the '61-'71 Dodge Truck Enthusiast"
Big Dodge Trucks
The 1961-1971 DODGE TRUCK Website
Welcome to the original 1961-71 DODGE TRUCK Website. Dodge pickups are
common enough on the roads of today that nearly anyone can recognize them.
But how often have you seen Medium or Heavy Duty Dodge Trucks carrying loads
and crusing the streets? Check out the new Big Dodge Trucks
page where a complete listing of information and photos will guide you through
the long list of commercial vehicles that Dodge made during the
Sweptline Era and beyond. Special thanks to Steve Dreibelbis of Bernville,
PA for the resources and inspiration needed to add this info.
Last updated 8-25-98; 12:32am PST
Since 9-20-96 Enthusiasts have visited the '61-'71 Dodge Truck site.
Custom Ideas? How about a neon third brake light? Function and form come
together when you add a Third
Brake Light to your Sweptline Era Truck. Click the link for more
DODGE TRUCK NETWORKING
Dodge Truck Enthusiasts have more than it seems when it comes to restoration
resources and information. Currently, an electronic mailing list and a
monthly newsletter are available to help you restore and enjoy your Dodge
Truck. See the Dodge Truck Clubs and Registries page
for more information on how to connect with these resources.
Recent additions include two road tests from the early sixties which highlight
the media test trucks that led to the Custom Sport Special package. See the CSS Page or go directly to
each article: 1963 D-100
Pickup or 1964
Wanna Decode your Vehicle Serial
The `61-`71 Dodge Truck VIN Decoder has been repaired and tested by the
author in 3.X and 4.X browsers with the Java Plugin. Please
give it a try by going to the Sweptline Era Truck
VIN Decoder Info page. There you will see what it's all about
and how to get it to work in your Windows-based browser.
Looking for parts? See the Part Sources
Page or the '61-'71 Dodge Truck
Swap Forum. Both are quite comprehensive and will help you
find exactly what you're looking for.
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This Website is located on the WSU Web Server at Washington State University in Pullman,
The author, Kris Wickstead, lives in Spokane, WA except when
college is in session.
Website and Graphics by Kris Wickstead.