The current bevy of pickup trucks is deep and wide, and new models are better than ever. But when it comes to getting our truck lust on, there's nothing quite like the 1965 Dodge D200 Powerwagon Icon Reformer
The D200 Reformer takes a more modern 2006 Dodge ¾-ton pickup truck chassis and melds it properly with a
Nothing in the D200 Reformer has been overlooked. Ward uses the finest materials, including Bison leather from
Underneath, there are also the goods to go off-roading, including robust Kore suspension with Fox Racing bits, military-grade 37-inch Hutchinson run-flat
The capacity is for six adults, thanks to those big bench seats, and it doesn't eschew modernity thanks to premium audio and air conditioning, but you wouldn't know it because Ward likes to keep his interiors simple and clean, thank goodness.
All exterior lighting is full LED, and there are even special details like architectural-level glass, LearJet sourced sun visors, and super-loud train horns to let everyone know you're there as if they wouldn't notice the D200 Reformers huge presence. It's easily the truck we would donate our organs for (the non-vital ones, naturally). We're just happy such a thing exists, thanks to Mr. Ward. Keep building, please.
This beast went up for sale a few years ago, and the asking price was a cool $300,000. We think it's worth every penny. See the video of creator Jonathan Ward taking it out for a spin: