Has 76 model 360 been bored. All pertinent body stampings, door vin sticker, dash vin and clear title are present. The car is very solid. Would buy either a 2 door or 4 door. Pro's: - -Number's matching 340 block, trim tag and build sheet.
I've taken her from Austin to Dallas 3. All trim is in decent condition. Twenty years ago, the car was driven into the shop to get body and paint, it was disassembled, hand sanded and sat until recently. The bulge hood on the car is just an outer skin. It starts right up and runs down the road good, transmission shifts as it is supposed to. The car was primed to prevent surface rusting of the exposed areas.
Have clean title in my name, trim tag, build sheet and numbers matching 340 which match all body numbers. With some basic bodywork and nice paint job this car would be beautiful cruising down the road. Ground up restoration and customization with modern 6. Ground up restoration and customization with modern 6. This car runs, and it runs strong. Today, the D100 makes for a great collectible, and you can find you next classic truck by searching our listings here at FossilCars.
All work done by professionals. I am willing to drive for the right truck. Frame rails, floor pans, trunk floor, cowl, window areas are all very solid. Was originally a gold car. Cons: -Missing Rallye gauges and wiring. The car still needs some minor body work before being painted.
With some basic bodywork and nice paint job this car would be beautiful cruising down the road. It now has a mid 70's 440 and 727 from a New Yorker sitting in place but not wired up to run. None on the rocker panels or inside the trunk. It starts right up and runs down the road good, transmission shifts as it is supposed to. Always garaged, regularly detailed, regularly driven, and never driven too hard. These trucks had both form and function.
It sat around for over a year until I recently put a brand new battery in it and have started to drive it. I may be able to throw in a few other parts for it, but no guarantees Overall a solid project with all the numbers, the block and the majority of parts. Mileage is unknown as the gauge cluster has been replaced. It shows well for its age, has an older faded paintjob and is missing most of the door trim as seen in the picturs. This car was babied by the original owner and my son and me. I also have the factory flat hood, cut for a scoop.
This is a factory 318 console automatic car. New rubber fuel lines, fuel filter, and fuel sending unit. All work done by professionals. Not pictured but included in the sale stacked inside car will be a pair of 1973-style bucket seats, the rear seat, door panels, complete dash board assembly with gauges, etc as removed from the car, steering column, rear glass side glass is just rolled down , front bumper and whatever other small items I can locate. Only interested in the long bed configuration. Always garaged, regularly detailed, regularly driven, and never driven too hard.
Regretfully my son and I have decided to part ways with this classic after 4 years I have a long history on the car on request Please serious inquires only. Judging from the options I'd be inclined to agree. I have included a couple of pictures of what this body style looks like. Regretfully my son and I have decided to part ways with this classic after 4 years I have a long history on the car on request Please serious inquires only. . At some point in the cars life, it took a hit on the drivers front side, and the horn needs a mild pull. » » Dodge D100s For Sale The Dodge D100, a member of the D series of Dodge pickups made an impression on buyers with its unique Sweptside styling in its early model years.