Dodge Pickup Trucks Trivia: How Much Do You Know About Dodge Pickup Trucks?

By Eric Openshaw on June 24, 2019

A version of the 1972 Dodge D200 came with outdoors accessory that slid on. What was it?

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The 1972 Dodge D200 Camper Special came with camper body that slid on.

What was the design of the 1946 American-made Dodge four-wheel-drive pickup based on?

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Dodge began designing light-duty four-wheel drive pickups in the 1940s based on military trucks. These were also the first trucks to roll off the line at the newly built Dodge truck plant in Detroit.

When World War I ended, Dodge then converted their military ambulance design they had been using into what van that was similar to a truck?

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Dodge's Screenside truck was built to carry as much as 1,000 pounds. It was also converted from the old Dodge World War I military ambulance design.

Dodge debuted which tagline for its trucks in 1939?

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"Job Rated" was used in 1939 to help persuade the public that Dodge trucks could get the job done. Also, all three of these slogans were used for the company’s line of trucks over the years.

Pickup trucks designed for high performance and racing like the Dodge Warlock are called what?

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Dodge Warlocks, Ford F-150 Tremors, and other high-performance and modified pickup trucks are called muscle trucks.

Dodge Pickup Trucks Trivia: How Much Do You Know About Dodge Pickup Trucks?
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