The 1946-1968 Dodge Power Wagon known as the truck that needs no roads, was a four-wheel-drive multipurpose vehicle. It was a military vehicle that was available to the public. Learn more about the Dodge Power Wagon.
The 1935 Dodge KC half-ton pickup was a 1930s Dodge success story. Business was so good that production expanded into Los Angeles and Canadian plants. See pictures and learn more about the popular 1935 Dodge KC half-ton pickup.
The 1938 Dodge RC pickup featured solid construction and straightforward styling. The 1938s were the last to use the "Dodge Brothers" radiator badge, and buyers could specify chrome headlights and radiator shells. Learn about the 1938 Dodge RC pickup.
Prewar styling made the 1946 Dodge WC pickup look dated, but it performed well. Under the hood was a more powerful six 95 horsepower, up from 75. Torque was a useful 172 lbs/ft. See pictures and get more information on the 1946 Dodge WC pickup.
The 1947 Dodge canopy delivery pickup was designed for door-to-door grocers. It was made obsolete by the postwar growth of supermarkets and the universality of refrigeration. See pictures and learn about the charming 1947 Dodge canopy delivery.
The 1978-1979 Dodge Li'l Red Truck was the original muscle truck. It came with a pair of tall 2.5-inch-thick chrome exhaust pipes that led straight to a 360-cubic-inch V-8. Learn about the 1978-1979 Dodge Li'l Red Truck.
The 1957-1959 Dodge D100 Sweptside pickup featured classic 1950s styling. It never appealed widely -- perhaps because it had a relatively narrow box and was impractical compared to workaday rivals. Learn about the 1957-1959 Dodge D100 Sweptside pickup.
The 1957-1960 Dodge Pickup with its numerous redesigns is representative of a significant styling interlude. Changes over the years included quad headlamps, reworked horizontal-bar grille and two-tone paint combinations. Read about this classic car.