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FEATURE: 1963 Dodge D200 – ‘Superman: Man of Steel’

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Major motion pictures highlight vehicles in a special way. So much so that it isn’t uncommon for auto enthusiasts to forget dialogue, plots and even characters’ names and instead leave the theater wishing they were cruising home in something cool they just saw on the silver screen.

Well, now some area moviegoer will do just that with a special promotion at the McHenry Outdoor Theatre, one of the few surviving old time drive-ins. The vehicle in question is a weathered 1963 Dodge D200 pickup that will be seen this summer in “Man of Steel,” the newest tale in the Superman saga.

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Watch the official movie trailer below to see this Dodge.

This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'. This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'.This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'.This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'.DSC_8355_72This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'.This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'.This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'.This 1963 Dodge D200 pickup truck is a movie prop from the summer 2013 Superman film, 'Man of Steel'. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Classic Recollections, 2013 ©

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