Field Find: 1967 Dodge A100 Panel Van

The A100 was a “shorty” van built by Dodge from 1964 to 1970. With a wheelbase of just 90 inches, it was popular first as a commercial delivery vehicle and later as a beach van with teenagers (shades of… more»

Thorough Restoration! 1968 Dodge A100 Pickup

Like this Ford Econoline that was featured on Friday, Dodge had its version of a cab-over design known as the A100. And as with the Ford, there was a pickup truck version too and today we have a beautiful… more»

Slant-Six Survivor: 1967 Dodge A100 Van

Back in the 1960s through 1980s, the Dodge A100 van was a common sight, often used for commercial deliveries. But after its working life was done, the Dodge could find itself in the parking lot at high schools waiting… more»

Mopar Mansion: 1969 Dodge A108 Corey Cruiser

There is a definite advantage to a camper style van when you’re hitting the road. Why pay for expensive motel rooms when you can just pull over and knock off for a bit?  The assumption was probably that a… more»

Little Red Pickup Project: 1967 Dodge A100

At just over 14-feet in length, the A100 was Dodge’s first small truck and they were available in pickup form as in this 1967 Dodge A100, and also van and wagon varieties. They are really unique, especially in this… more»

Vintage Van: 1966 Dodge A100

When someone says “classic van”, we usually think of the shag-carpeted ’70s bricks with wild paint and glistening chrome, not economy-boxes like this.  In this case, it’s a 1966 Dodge A100 that’s for sale here on craigslist in Lewisberry,… more»

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