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Hello all,
Im new here, and hoping I may get some answers about a pickup I owned in 1977.
I bought new, a 1977 Dodge Custom 100 stepside pickup. It had a 400 CI engine and a 4 speed trans. It was NOT a warlock or a power wagon.
It had factory white wagon wheels, chrome bumpers, sliding rear window.
I have NEVER seen another one.
I bought it for 5,000 new, sold it for 4,000 two years later.
Has anyone ever heard of a similar truck?
It was a CUSTOM 100, and said so on the fender. It was NOT a D model.
Thanks!
 

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Hello all,
Im new here, and hoping I may get some answers about a pickup I owned in 1977.
I bought new, a 1977 Dodge Custom 100 stepside pickup. It had a 400 CI engine and a 4 speed trans. It was NOT a warlock or a power wagon.
It had factory white wagon wheels, chrome bumpers, sliding rear window.
I have NEVER seen another one.
I bought it for 5,000 new, sold it for 4,000 two years later.
Has anyone ever heard of a similar truck?
It was a CUSTOM 100, and said so on the fender. It was NOT a D model.
Thanks!
If it was a 2WD then YES it was a D series, a "Custom 100" is the trim line, some were "adventurer" but still a "D" series...
Not to compare to Chevys but you know how some said Scottsdale some said Cheyenne, some said "Custom Deluxe"? Still a Chevy truck...
Same thing going on with the Dodges, 92-93 ALL full size 2WD were D series ALL 4WD were W series!!!! \regardless of the trim line

All "trimline" means is "cheap model" or "more expensive" model.
 

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so if it was a D series, regardless of what the trim said, Im still curious about the rest of my inquiry.
Have you seen on with a 400 4 speed? Chrome bumpers. I have looked for years to find one and have never seen another one in any condition
 
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