The design team at Los Angeles-based ICON has made a name for itself, releasing in-house modified versions of Jeeps, Toyotas, and Fords, but now with the introduction of a customized 1965 Dodge D200 it seems as if the off-road gurus have ventured into new territory. ICON's modified '65 Dodge doesn't see much in terms of exterior modifications, just a fresh white paint job with steel and black accents fitted around its cab and hood. Instead, ICON's abilities are showcased in the chassis where they modified a late model RAM 3500 frame and fitted it with a 5.9L Cummins Turbo Diesel engine, which produces a jaw-dropping 975lb-ft of torque. It's body was also lifted 4.5" to help make sure anything this reborn military workhorse encounters is easily overcome, while Hutchinson rims and high performance off-road tires provide proper grip. Inside, free range bison leather coats the interior while a new sound system and subwoofer attempts to overcome the roar of this beast. Unfortunately, this is a 1-off build for a specific buyer, but you can catch more looks at it after the jump ahead of its general release at the upcoming 2012 SEMA Show next month.