~ Never been in an accident ~ Has scratches but it's a work truck. If you're looking for a pristine, shiney paint, truck that looks rugged. It has a 318 motor that runs and a manual transmission granny gears and divorced transfer case. She loves the truck so much that she's offered to buy it from me but that still means I'll have to fix it, of course. The box is solid but the inside is dented. I'll get an engine for the Barracuda. Truck is for sale locally i reserve the right to end auction early.
Some rust in bed and floors next to the doors that is fixable worst rust is in bed needs brakes relined and steering column needs to be replaced due to a broken key lock cylinder and column housing i have a column to go with it. This is my favorite part! I also like Plan C. It's a short bed that extends to an extra long bed. Interior needs some work but it has the original door panels and the jump seats in back. I never really put it to the test. Listed below are the Helper Springs that are designed to work with the 1974 Dodge W100 Pickup. We need to keep these Clubbies on the road.
Dash is mostly solid, but the pad is cracked. It's not a show piece but it's the most admirable truck at the jobsite or on the trail. You'd never get your money back, believe me I know! Then again, I've seen plenty of trucks with them, and I think there are a few lift kits around that stack their lift on top of factory blocks. I noticed Skyjacker has a 2. The dash and gauges are all there. Check out the pics, read the list of upgrades, and call or text. These trucks are getting harder to come by in any useable shape.
The truck has doubled up 2. Simply, I no longer need the truck and that's the only reason I'm selling it. Body is mostly good, some rust. It's a badass, tough rig for work, offroad wheeling, or ranch truck. The flatbed is going to be rebuilt anyway, so moving that up a few inches or cutting in some wheel wells will not be an issue. All the glass is good.
Still not sure what it is, but it sits on top of what looks like some iron plumbing pipe and fittings, which snake under the bed and drop into the stock tank. Please call 406 318-0270 for details about this restorable classic project truck. Plan B is just the opposite. This is a nice straight and complete truck so don't miss out. I can scrap the rest.
I've had no luck trying to sell it. I've heard that stacking them like that is a no-no. . If you're looking for a work truck that looks cool, this is it. It looks really rusty in the pics but it's all surface rust underneath, and the floorboards and the rest of the cab is pretty solid. This is a classic truck with a very good drive train good glass body is a little rough but totally repairable.
It was then purchased by a guy in Fresno who had it for a while, and then it became mine. It lived most of it's life in Salinas owned by one family. If you're looking for a badass, tough as nails, custom, 4-wheel drive, go-anywhere work truck, this is it. It's a straight shot from the support to the winch, the shaft runs paralllel to the leaf springs. If you're investing in a truck of this type, you'll probably want to know a whole bunch about it. But don't be fooled, my friend.
Anyone ever see anything like this before? That padding acts just like a sponge in holding moisture. No hurry, or real need on that. Yep, aluminum panels riveted in over the existing cab floor. Own it while others envy. It starts, runs and drives, but it's been sitting for the better part of 7 years. Truck has not been started or run in several years so the fuel system carburetor fuel tank and lines will most likely need to be flushed and cleaned and new spark plugs installed. I didn't verify with the engine casting numbers, but I'll get to check that soon enough.
Dismantling the '91 makes the least sense for me, since it has the fewest swappable parts. In 1975 it went to full-time 4-wheel drive. Like I said, they have lasted this long, they will work, unless you get into heavy rock crawling, or towing. There's no cheesy work here. Result - '74 truck gets built, Ramcharger sacrificed for two projects, Barracuda gets an engine, D150 lives for another day.
This is a great rig. All the hard work is done. Off-road lights are present but have been disconnected. We offer free shipping and low-price guarantee. Truck is a project that needs restoration. Prior to 1974 they didn't have disk brakes. I've had a great time.