800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is a very cool vintage pickup that is going to let you choose your own adventure. You can buy this 1970 Dodge D100 to use as an honest classic cruising V8 pickup. But since these are always a rare sight in the classic scene, the value price also lets you imagine it's also the perfect candidate for added investment into your personal custom machine.
You're looking at a pickup that will continue to have value and attract attention in the vintage truck community. After all, Dodge always produced less than Ford and Chevy. But more than just rarity, it has a style all its own. The green paint was resprayed a few years ago to give it a higher gloss finish. Plus, the white elements on the wheels, grille, and bumpers add the kind of charm that you could lovingly call this one "Mint and Cream." But don't take a sweet-style nickname to think this one is soft. These D100s have a tough and blocky presence that starts with the wide hood and finishes with the stepside bed that's ribbed for extra strength. The paint upgrade even added a color-matched liner paint for the bed, so there is plenty of work left in this Dodge. There are also tow mirrors and a proper trailer hitch because a V8 pickup like this can be quite versatile.
There's plenty more to like inside. The bench seat, long speedometer, side vent windows, and thin three-spoke steering wheel all give you the right classic truck vibe. This is coming off of long-term ownership, and the upholstery was refreshed about 8 years ago. Today that means you have a well-presented style that has just the right amount of worn-in charm needed for an honest classic.
Under the hood is a hardy Mopar powerhouse. The 318 cubic-inch V8 has the same honest style as the rest of this truck, and so it makes for an ideal fit while still giving you stout power. And since the 318 was known for upgrades, there are plenty of them out there that easily bolt on if you so desire. This is the kind of pickup that likes you to feel the road. But it still wants to give you the right convenient features, too, and that's why you have a Torqueflite A727 three-speed automatic transmission and modern Hankook tires.
This is the cool-looking classic truck that also has a ton of potential to do everything you want. So don't miss this value-priced Mopar hauler. Call now!
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