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Just keep the existing D-100 body, add a correct 4X4 chassis, and Power Wagon tampos to the hood. Clearance lights, and snowplow optional.

And make sure it's RED!
I'm sure it's a seller!:thumbsup:
 

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I've asked GL about this a zillion times in a billion different ways. No response. The Dodge and Chevy could easily get a new life by just tooling up a 4X4 chassis. No changes are needed to the cabs or beds; just some tampos. Seems like a "no-brainer" or is that the problem?
 

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I've asked GL about this a zillion times in a billion different ways. No response. The Dodge and Chevy could easily get a new life by just tooling up a 4X4 chassis. No changes are needed to the cabs or beds; just some tampos. Seems like a "no-brainer" or is that the problem?
Agreed. I'm a buyer for both 4X4s...

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I posted a pic of a D-100 brushfire truck a long while back, which they should also think about. For a basic 4x4, all they have to do is use the existing body, and tool up a different base. No rocket science here.
 
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