The A100 is a range of American compact vans and trucks manufactured and marketed from 1964 to 1970 by Chrysler Corporation under the Dodge marque in the United States and the Fargo marque in Canada. The A100 competed with the Ford Econoline and Chevrolet Van and Chevy Corvair Greenbrier, as well as the Volkswagen Type 2.
The D/W Series was a line of pickup trucks that was sold by Dodge from 1961 to 1993. The same basic design was retained until the 1994 introduction of a completely redesigned Ram. The D/W Series shared its AD platform with the Dodge Ramcharger/Plymouth Trailduster twins. 4x2 models were designated D, while 4x4 models were designated W.
Dodge Ramcharger, the 1974-1993 truck-based SUVs The Dodge Ramcharger was a full-size, short-wheelbase Dodge pickup with an extended cab and a short bed, which could be covered by a nicely blended cap, until 1981, when it became a modern “full roof” truck-based SUV.
The Dodge Rampage was a subcompact, unibody coupe utility based on Chrysler's L platform and manufactured from 1982 to 1984. First released as a 1982 model, the Rampage was later joined for 1983 by its rebadged variant, the Plymouth Scamp.