Dodge A100

Dodge A100 Online Authority

Welcome to the ultimate online resource for information concerning the Dodge A100 compact pickup truck and van. This late 60s mid-engine rear wheel drive vehicle has inspired a cult following as of late due to the version featured on the show Overhaulin as well as various pop culture appearances including That 70’s Show and the Cars movie.


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On top of being the place to find out all about the classic Dodge A100, this website is designed as a resource for finding Dodge A100s For Sale. This list features Dodge A100 vehicles for sale across the United States including ads from Craigslist, eBay Motors and other classifieds sites along with A100s listed directly to via our Listings page. We have segmented this list so that all A100s for sale can be viewed at the same time, by pickup or van body style or by model year.



Dodge A100Dodge A100 History

The Dodge A100 was made by Chrysler Corporation for model years 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970. The A100 featured two distinct body styles including a 5 window pickup truck and sliding door van. The pickup truck body style was and still is the more popular of the two options.

During its production run, the A100 competed with the Ford Econoline, Chevy/GMC vans along with the German Volkswagen Type 2 VW Bus all of which featured a cab over, flat nose mid-engine design. The A100 was available in both a short and long wheel base with the longer version popular among camper conversion companies.

Dodge A100 PickupDodge A100 Pickup
The Dodge A100 Pickup Truck is the more popular of the two body styles that and was mechanically identical to the van version including the forward control design. The difference with the pickup body was that behind the two doors was a flatbed. This design was similar to the Ford Econoline Pickup.

Dodge A100 VanDodge A100 Van
The A100 Van was popular during its production as a base model for camper van conversions by 3rd party companies and other utility vehicles such as ambulances. Today A100 vans are still popular for retro class B motorhome builds.

Dodge A100 Little Red Wagon“Little Red Wagon”
A hemi dropped Dodge A100 pickup with many customizations was popular starting in the 1960s through the early 2000s as a drag strip draw. This red colored A100 dubbed the “Little Red Wagon” was driven by Bill “Maverick” Golden and known for wheelstanding, which is pulling a wheelie with a four-wheeled vehicle.


Dodge A100 Engines

Listed below is a timeline of various A100 engines used during its production run.  You will find it common among A100s listed for sale today to have engine modifications or swaps.

  • 1964-1966 171in (2.8 L) Slant-6 I6, (101 hp)
  • 1970 198in (3.2 L) Slant-6 I6, (125 hp)
  • 1964-1970 225in (3.7 L) Slant-6 I6, (145 hp)
  • 1965-1966 273in (4.5 L) LA V8
  • 1967-1970 318in (5.2 L) LA V8, (210 hp)


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