Icon Makes Old Dodge D200 New Again, One-Off Pickup Set to Debut at SEMA

Icon has given an old Dodge D200 a new life after fully restoring it and transforming it into the Icon D200, which is set to debut at the 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas next week.
Based off the 1965 Dodge D200 crew cab pickup, the truck may look old on the outside, but everything underneath that vintage skin is new. A modern Dodge 3500 chassis lays the foundation, and sits on a 4.5-inch Baja 1000 Chase lift kit equipped with Fox shocks. Meanwhile, a tweaked 5.9-liter Cummins turbodiesel inline-six provides power for the retro pickup, packing a whopping 975 lb-ft of torque. Other upgrades include a Banks Brake exhaust system, Six-Gun Diesel Tuner, Monster Ram intake manifold, and Banks Monster Diesel dual exhaust.
The white Icon D200 wears 17-inch matte-black wheels shod with BF Goodrich all-terrain 37-inch tires. The interior is upholstered in “American Indian Reservation bison leather,” and will feature a custom audio system. Icon designed exterior touches like the custom tailgate latches, mirrors, and other trim pieces, which were produced with help from Loner Industries.
Though the D200 is currently a one-off SEMA build, it’s possible Icon could one day offer the truck alongside its Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser, Jeep CJ, and Ford Bronco replicas.
Source: Icon