1965 Dodge Icon D200 Truck

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The design team at Los Angeles based Icon is back again with another gem. After recently presenting one of our favorite vehicles in the 1968 Ford Icon Bronco, the crew is back with the Dodge Icon D200.

Based off the fan favorite 1965 Dodge D200 crew cab pickup, the vehicle has been upgraded to the nines, and it’s as powerful as it is pretty. The team at Icon teamed up with Banks Power to outfit the truck with a Dodge 3500 chassis along with a tweaked 5.9 liter Cummins diesel pumping out a staggering 975 pounds of torque, enough for nearly any job you can throw at it. Other upgrades include a Banks Brake exhaust system,  Fox shocks, Monster Ram intake manifold, and some beautiful American Indian Reservation bison leather on the interior to finish off the look. Set to debut at SEMA, we doubt you’ll be able to get your hands on this thing.

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