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1964 Dodge Truck
Dodge made no changes in 1964 to either appearance or specs. Only in the category of standard paint colors did we see a change. The Sand Dune White was replaced by Dodge Truck white. There was a new entry into the Dodge truck market which Dodge had it's main focus upon. It was the A100 truck line. Production began in February 1964. The truck was a light duty compact truck. It had forward control and was available in truck or van styles. With simple nstyling the A100's were shorter, higher and wider than the Ford Econoline or Chevrolet Greenbriar.
Recognizing the popularity with sport and performance
trucks Dodge built the Custom Sports Special in 1964.
Available as an option with either the Utiline or Sweptline
box, the CSS trucks were made available with a long
list of features that truly set them apart from all other
pickups. Extras included; black vinyl buckets from a
Dart GT, plush carpeting from the firewall to the top
of the fuel tank, duel arm rests and between seat
console. On the exterior, the CSS had four hood
stripes, chrome bumpers, chrome hub-caps, heat and
noise insulation. But, where the CSS really stood apart
was it's available 426 wedge V8 with standard chrome
air cleaner and valve covers. The CSS was a true
hot-rod truck straight from the factory.
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