The Power Wagon name has been revived with the '05 4x4 models. From 1980-2004, they were called Power Ram.
"Sweptline" has always been the Mopar designation for a smooth-sided bed since the first one in 1958. "Utiline" was the stepside beds up until the last one in 1985.
"Club Cab" is Dodge's trade name for an extended cab, though some apply it generically to all, just as GM's "fleetline" designation is used generically by some for smooth-sided beds.
Even "fordor" and "tudor" (see the spelling!) are actually trade names for Ford. They are definitely misused to apply to all makes, by many people.
Three-deuce carbs is generic (but primarilily referring to GM), whereas "Six-Pac" and Six-Barrel" are Mopar tradenames. Again misused.
[b]Patrick - - 1968 D100 Custom, LWB 4x2 318 auto...times two![/b]