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1966 Dodge Truck
Introduced in October of 1965 the 1966 Dodge Pickups were gaining in market share and overall sales. Chysler Co. pickup truck production rose nearly seven percent. And, this had Dodge ranking fourth in the truck industry for 1966. This was their best year since 1952.
Compact vans, wagons and pickups all entered the year without design change. This was the third calendar year without any major modifications in truck design.
To stay competitive Dodge held steady on their pricing. The 1966 models held the identicle price tags of the 1965 series trucks. This also included Power Wagon 4 X 4's.
The 1966 production numbers increased by 1,015 units to push Dodge to a grand total of truck sales of 22,348 trucks.
Factory options for 1966 included; chrome front bumper, chrome rear bumper, bumper guards, chrome hubcaps or wheel covers, spare tire carrier, tinted glass, left and right arm rests, cigar lighter, cab marker lights, full-width rear window, chrome trim and two-tone paint, traffic hazzard switch, custom extra foam padded seat, oil pressure gauge, and power brakes.
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