1970 Dodge D100 Dude

1970 Dodge D100 Dude
Dodge was the first automaker to make a plant special-edition pickup in the 1970s and it was impalpable analyzed with what would come later. The Dude Sport Trim collection was a D100 truck snazzed up with large black or white stripe designs that expanded down the regions of the truck, ending in Dude writing on the formations with a trademark that included a bent cowboy gat.


1970 Dodge D100 Dude


The look was clearly a gesture to Dodge’s chaotic muscle automobiles of the aeon but with a distinctly Western air. Dodge hired mythical humorous performer Don Knotts, known at the moment for his role as Barney Fife on the knocked comedy The Andy Griffith Show, to mart the Dude. But because Dodge lagged far behind General Motors and Ford in pickup truck sales at the moment, just a pair of thousand Dude were made over the two-year run. Yet the Dude set the area for many other chaotic plant exclusives that were throughout the decade.