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SOLD 69 D 200 Camper Special P/U

Discussion in 'Trucks for Sale' started by niceolddart, Oct 5, 2017.

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  1. niceolddart

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    Nice very straight truck from S.C. Very solid, little rot, all cab supports & bed supports excellent shape, LOTS OF NEW STUFF!. I drive this truck 1-2 times a week on average. Legal Pa. inspection etc. Runs & drives good. Needs very little mechanically, not too bad in appearance either.(looks good in pics.) 318, NP435 4 speed trans. Pwr. Drums, manual steering, new rubber all around (Cooper Tires) no missing trim, Dana 4:10 open rear, 3/4 ton etc. etc. Asking $6500. Located In Bucks Co. Pa. 45min. from Center city Philly. Time for a new (old) Mopar. Engine & interior pics. are before new parts were installed, pics of outside of truck are a few days old, and EVERYTHING on truck works. DSC00246.JPG DSC00248.JPG DSC00249.JPG DSC00209.JPG DSC00208.JPG DSC00187 (1).JPG DSC00173 (1).JPG DSC00175 (1).JPG DSC00176 (1).JPG
     
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      ya i like

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      This is when Real Trucks were made, not carlike trucks now a days! You have 2 real trucks, both are cool to me. P.S. I like the pic. full of Dodges.
       
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      well more pics of them ,the 60 d100 phank'n dodge 440 6pck cabl auto , the 64 d100 was a /6 now a hot 383 typewrit'r cabl auto , the 69 d200 crewcab was a 318 , now 440 auto with some good breath'n . your pick up is great man , why ?

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      I like what you've done with your trucks, ther're pretty cool. They just don't make them like this any more. Primary tubes on 440 six pack motor look pretty big, but in the pic. it looks like the lower head bolts are missing? Is it an optical illusion? Thanks for the nice words about my P/U but I'm gettin' too old to modify it much and it's time to move on anyway. Looking for a clean original unmolested plane Jane Duster in decent driver shape as a new toy. I just want to drive it. /6 or 318 is good. 340/360 cars are way out of my price range. I did own at one time an original Ralley Red 74 360 4 speed Duster. It was a very cool (and rare) car. I wish I still had it. Oh well! (sorry it took so long to get back 2u)
       
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        Those are sewer pipes, aren't they?
         
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          They sure look pretty big to me. Must be a very healthy engine to run primaries that size.
           
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            those are my build , 2'' dia tubes into 3 1/2'' collectors reduced to 3'' them back to 4'' dia on the cones . yes no head bolts , its a dummy block n heads . just brought the parts to the machinist for the build . that p/u is just castoff stuff from swap meets and part buy outs . still its a 468 with h beam rods with floot'n pin'd pistons , not sure on the heads i've got a few iron pairs to use . but some alloy alum ones would be nicer , thinking stealth 440 source heads . i'll see doing a build right now with them . i'll see what their like .

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            Very cool fab work your doing. This looks like it will be a nice truck when your done with it. That kind of work brings back good memories of stuff I've done on Mopars over the years. I'll always have my memories. Thanks for sharing.
             
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            no problem , you'll never have seen it other wise . just did a 300 mile drive around trip to see my dad on sunday . man the wind was something else we were going north east of those fires . old orangy ran there and back right with down the road keeping up and passing most of these new cars . was with a friend and we only saw a couple older units out there traveling . but old orangy 383 buzzes right down the trail .

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