The 2012 SEMA Show is happening in Las Vegas, NV this week and the ICON D200 truck will make its big debut. The truck (partly built by Banks Power) combines modern technology with the old school look of Dodge’s landmark 1965 crew cab truck. The ICON truck was created to be a modernized daily driver truck that captured the brawny, iconic design of the classic Dodge truck.
The resto-mod uses the new Dodge 3500 chassis and mechanical systems and is powered by a 5.9-liter L Cummins engine that provides out 975 lb.-ft. of torque. The truck also has a Six-Gun diesel tuner, a Monster Ram intake manifold, a dual exhaust, a Banks Brake exhaust braking system, and a 4.5-inch Baja 1000 Chase lift kit with Fox shocks. The design will also include Hutchinson 17 x 8 Monster WA-1175 series rims in a matte black finish shod with BF Goodrich all-terrain 37” tires. The interior features a custom audio package and is dressed in free-range American Indian Reservation bison leather.
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