614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1976 Dodge W100 pickup seems to celebrate the best of Mopar with its style and V8 power. So it's time to get your hands on a distinct, capable, and affordable 4x4.
We're told the paint is only a few months old, and the white has a bright look that reaffirms the feeling of a newer investment. It shows off the good panels with the lower body creases that make these Moaprs really stand out. And not only does the look of a lifted short bed truck had an inherent intimidation factor, but also this is furthered by the well-coordinated dark side. You see it in the black headlight bezels, matte black hood, 15-inch alloys, and the rear bumper. And within this darkness are cool details like the Power Wagon hood and bumble bee stripe on the rear that looks borrowed right from a Charger. But looking clean and cool does not mean missing out on real truck duty. Just look at the tall 4x4 ground clearance, rear step bumper, proper tow hitch, and Rhino liner paint in the bed - this pickup can easily handle your weekend activities.
The interior has the right features for real truck use. That just means you get useful features like the padded dash cover and the easy to clean rubber floor cover. And you'll particularly like the upgraded bench seat. The houndstooth inserts give you a comfy cloth, and it coordinates with the exterior color theme. Dodge was quite good at creating driver's trucks where the essentials of the dash wrap around you. This is heightened by good upgrades like the three-spoke steering wheel, auxiliary gauge trio, and added tach.
We like seeing the 318 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It's one of Dodge's most robust powerplants, and so it was in service for decades. this one has quite an honest style, but you can also see good investments in fundamentals, including the newer carburetor. And the strong way this one fires up and runs adds to that feeling of proper care. It's a true 4x4, and the lifted suspension and Yokohama Geolandar tires help deliver the go-anywhere ability. But for those days when you just want to run around town, this Dodge can be quite comfortable with its three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
We don't see too many Dodge trucks on the street or trail these days, and this one has the right equipment to make a proper showing on both. It makes for an attractive 4x4 at an irresistibly affordable price. Call today!!!
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