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How much would a 1950 half ton truck in non-running condition be approximately?
The red Dodge truck was running when parked inside approximately 25 years ago. It is not too rusty. It has a tail gate and wooden slats in the back.
I would really appreciate a response since I am buying it from my dad to restore and I want to give him a fair price for it.
Thanks a lot!
posted: August 19, 2008
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here's a link to the Collector Car Market Pricing for a 1950 Dodge.
posted:  August 19, 2008
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Here is the book from collector car market, who in my opinion can sometimes be on the conservative side, great for purchasing. Be sure to consider the differnt condition levels.
#5 #4 #3 #2 #1
Pickup 675 2675 5450 8550 13100

Good Luck!
posted:  August 19, 2008
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Would you be able to post a picture here so that we can see what it looks like and then we might be able to give a better assessment.

(You can post a picture by just answering your own question)
posted:  August 19, 2008
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im sorry to say this but somewhere around 400$ sell to a good mechanic he can use for parts
posted:  August 31, 2008
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It's not worth a whole lot... mainly because it's a Dodge... If it were a Chevy or Ford ... it would be worth a lot more.... that being said... not everyone has a 50 Dodge truck - I like being different and I've xeen a few of these done up quite nicely.

I'd say a few hundred dollars is plenty. I'd also recommend "rodding" the truck as it's stock components are hard to find and not all that great to work with once you find it. Putting in a newer engine and different (safer/more modern) suspension and brakes are a plus. This may sound like a major undertaking but it's not as bad as one might think. Read a few Street Rodder mags, and Custom Trucks mags to see what can be done and what parts are available. Build it the way you want it. make it SAFE, and enjoy it.
sources: Southern Rods, Speedways Motors, Summit Racing
posted:  September 2, 2008
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I have a 1951 Dodge B3B pickup that I restored. Everytime I am out in it, someone wants to buy it. I gave 800 for mine quite a long time ago and it was in drivable condition. Looked tough though. Now it is fine and I love it.
Almost everyone has a Chevy or a Ford. Gime me a Dodge anytime.
posted:  December 2, 2009
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