Well, that took even longer than I thought it would, But congratulations to smokyhburnout for coming up with the correct answer. And now for a little history on the Askam product line, but only after the jump….
According to all things Wikipedia (because you know they are always correct….)
Askam founded in 1962 as joint venture with 60% Chrysler and started production in 1964 under the brand names of Fargo, Desoto and Dodge. In 1991, Chrysler sold its share to the local partners and current owners (Çiftçiler Holding). After the merge of Daimler-Benz and Chrysler, the company changed its name to Askam Kamyon Imalat ve Ticaret AŞ and continued to produce its products under Fargo and Desoto brands. Today Askam produces a variety of Fargo and Desoto heavy/light trucks in its own original designs.
With renaming of Chrysler Kamyon Imalat to Askam, the model AS250 was started to produce under the name Askam DeSoto AS250 D with a 4-liter turbodiesel Deutz engine with 100 hp. Maximum speed of the truck with this engine is 108 km/h. There are four-wheel drive version produced with the name AS250 WD. The new version also features a modified grille with 4 headlights.
Once again I have to ask, how many of you knew that Chrysler even had a joint venture in Turkey? And would you like a product offered in the US with the DeSoto or Fargo nameplate? I would like your opinions….