1969 Dodge D100 Custom Cab Pickup

No power steering or power brakes. This is a true survivor truck that has spent it’s entire life in Eastern Washington. Truck was found sitting in a field under a big pine tree. Last on the road in 1993. Odometer shows 72,000 miles and after looking at the floor rubber and pedals, I believe the mileage is correct.

The paint is original and looks good after being buffed. Floor rubber, seat and headliner are original. All trim is beautiful. The camper shell is a Gem Top of the same vintage and looks like it was installed when the truck was new. Jalousie windows open and close like they should and none are cracked or broken. Plexiglas is scratched and scuffed as one might expect. Rear door is missing drivers side latch and some times comes open. Was told that the original owner carried a 12′ aluminum boat on top of the canopy. The rear bar has rollers built into it. I was able to turn the motor over by hand when I purchased it. I have since changed oil and filter, installed new points, plugs, cap and rotor. Rebuilt the carb and restored the fuel system including a new fuel pump and 2 new fuel filters. Compression test was ran and all cylinders are 125# to 135# when cold.

The motor runs good and pulls hard. The 727 trans was rebuilt in 1990 with a transgo shift kit and paper work is in the glove box along with the original owners manual. Shifts good and firm. Installed a new master cylinder, new front and rear brakes. Painted the original rims and installed radial tires. No broken glass and appears to be original. The rubber floor mat is not torn or worn and the pedals would lead me to believe that the miles are correct and that the speedometer has not turned over. I have put a few miles on the truck and it drives very good. Steering is tight and it does not wander all over the road. Stops great with the new brakes and goes right down the road with the 3.55 rear gears.

Now for the bad. As you can see from the pictures, this Dodge suffers from rust issues like most Dodge trucks of this vintage. I would not call it a rust bucket because the box and tailgate are very nice. Front clip is also nice with some rock chips. Hood and front fenders are very good as well with light surface rust in places and hood fits nice. Core support is rust free. The worst of the rust is in the cab. Replacement panels are available if you would chose to replace them. Everything works except for the horn, radio, lighter and the fuel gage. I feel that you could fly in and drive this truck home if you are mechanically inclined. I know that the truck is mechanically sound but keep in mind that it is over 50 years old so things can break.


Location: Colville, Washington, United States

Seller: iamhemi392

Price: Auction <- check here if it's still available

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Originally listed on May 23, 2021. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.