First the Bronco II, then the IH Scout and now…the Dodge A100 van-truck! I’m getting more obscure by the minute, but check out the flat face on this Mopar mother. How could you not love a machine that looks like that, big-old spit screen windshield and everything. Its a van with 30% of its sheet metal whittled off — like someone just took a sawzall and chopped it up into a truck. American engineering at its finest. I suppose it does makes sense when you consider the fact that the A-100 was offered as a straight-up van as well. I much prefer the truck version though — especially in that robin’s egg two-tone.
Fun facts (from Wikipedia): The design of the A100 was inspired by the WV Type 2. Plus, the A100 was one of the original Hot Wheels cars that launched in 1968.
Also check out this olive colored and much coveted 1963 Ford Econoline truck.
Some images via Paul de Valera’s flickr.