Saturday, January 19, 2008

Dodge Truck Promotional Film with Don Knotts (1965)

I can't tell you much about this oddity. Spanning about twenty-minutes, this film was probably made for Dodge shareholders or maybe its dealers to be shown at some kind of sales convention.


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Anonymous said...

I have an EARLY 1965 Dodge W200 Power Wagon, Crew Cab, EIGHT FOOT BOX. 156" wb(not 146") Factory stretched.
113,000 one family miles.
For a picture use Google Images and enter 1965 Dodge Power Wagon --should be the first picture

I have the original DMV reciepts and Owner's manual

I am looking for the number made, Chrysler of no assistance