I agonized for several whole minutes over what vehicle to post today. Then it hit me: at the really cool visit to the Tank Farm last weekend, there was the military version of the Dodge Power Wagon. So...
1940s era Power Wagon. Made from just post-WWII until 1980, and then picked up in 2005 as an option, with it becoming an official model last year. The Power Wagon was the four-wheel (or six, as the case often was) drive version with eight foot box and power take-off to run different attachments (like plows).
I've always been a fan of four-wheel-drive trucks, starting with the very first vehicle I ever owned, a GMC Jimmy (Chevy Blazer). I had the S- series ("S" for small!) with the horribly underpowered 2.8L V6 engine, and even with the underpowered motor and all I managed to get into a fair amount of trouble.
Of course, the most famous Power Wagon ever:
Yep, from Simon & Simon, that vehicle that made Gerald McRaney a household name *before* "Major Dad".
Always been a big fan of Dodge trucks...
That is all.