Icon Dodge D200 Rumbles Toward SEMA

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A one-off Dodge D200 Pickup has been prepared in conjunction with Banks Power for the 2012 SEMA Show.
Icon is on a mission "to modernize the best in classic automotive design." The vintage-style truck specialist has been doing the motto justice these past few years, as the new Bronco and reimagined Toyota FJ-44 have garnered the LA-based firm a well-earned following for their flawless attention to detail. The company's latest project is a special one-off 1965 Dodge D200 pickup was built in conjunction with Banks Power, and is about to debut at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
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Conceived to fit in the Californian's Reformer Series, the build combines classic style with modern mechanics for a thoroughly useful and painstakingly crafted truck. The Icon D200 is based on a modern Dodge 3500 chassis with a 5.9-liter Cummins inline-six turbodiesel, good for a whopping 975 lb-ft of torque. The truck rides on a 4.5-inch Baja 100 Chase lift kit with Fox 3.0 reservoir shocks. Wheels come in the form of 17-inch Hutchinsons with Monster rims finished in matte black and wrapped in 37-inch BF Goodrich all-terrain tires.
Banks Power has contributed the iQ Man-Machine Interface, Monster Diesel Dual Exhaust, Power PDA Screen, brake exhaust system and Monster Ram Intake Manifold. A high-quality interior made with free-range bison leather sourced from American Indian Reservations won't be popular with West Coast hippies, but looks well suited from where we sit, while a high-quality audio system provides the soundtrack for whatever off-roading adventure the Icon D200's driver might embark upon.