Lifted off-road trucks are not the only craze these days. The guys at Mopar customized a 1968 Dodge D200 heavy duty truck to be shown at the 2019 SEMA show in Las Vegas next week.
Dodge D200 Lowliner
This one-of-a-kind truck is lowered and rides on a stretched wheelbase. The frame has been fully boxed in for added strength. Under the custom clam-shell hood is an old-school 5.9-liter Cummins I6 turbo-diesel! If you think that’s cool, the diesel is also mated to a 6-speed manual transmission with a floor-mounted shifter.
The front wheels are pushed further forward for a more dramatic look. The color combination is called Candied Delmonico Red and Dairy Cream.
On the inside, the truck features a fully redone dash and seats. The bench seat is covered in orange-amber Blazing Saddle Tan leather.
Finally, the Lowliner truck is rolling on 22-inch wheels. The fronts are 9.5-inches wide, but the rears are 11-inches wide.
Here is a look at another older truck that does not mind to be low and two-wheel-drive.