Nice looking 66 there. Wish I still had mine, but 360,000 miles took a toll.Just ( AUG. 3rd, 2022)drove my Victory from home -Waterford NY- to Drive Pro in WV to by a truck to replace my Dakota that I bought new. When got there loaded the bike in the Ram and headed home. Just under 900 total miles two sit down food stops ( one down - one back) Three fuel stops for the bike, have a 32 gallon tank on the Ram no fuel on the 4441 mile return trip. Dakota got rusty -I AM NOT A BODY GUY- Auto tech since 1968, A.S.E. tech since 1983. Dakota: Club cab, 4.7, HD 5 spd. manual, 2WD added a TruTRAC carrier had just under 95K Saw alot of winters the new used truck will not see any. Dakota could pull 100 MPH in third,run a quarter in 15.2, got 15MPG towing our 66 on a steel deck, 20mpg on it's own. New to me replacement: 2016 Ram, reg. cab., 8ft. box, 2WD, optional 5.7 and 3.55's, 6 spd. auto, only 58621 miles, under side cleaner than the top side, some chrome here and there,Upgraded interior and video arcade in dash, just added a MBRP single tail pipe cat back system, Class V hitch, K&N 63 series Cold are system. looked for the picture I have somewhere? of the Dakota at the drag strip. Stop by the house it's on the garage wall!
That's a beautiful looking truck.Hello,
My Name is Jeremy and I'm new to this forum. I just picked up my 2nd Tin Grill, I was lucky to find a 1 owner 73 D100 Adventure 318 w/ 3 on the Tree.
The old man took great care of his truck and it shows. It's a Work horse daily driver and I have full records and logs book of everything he's done to the truck. Its mostly stock but it does have an aftermarket / dealer installed A/C and it runs well and blows cold. Its currently has a exhaust tic coming from the passenger side but I'll get that fixed soon enough.
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This was My First its a 74 D200 with a 360 / 727 (Sadly it was hit and totaled.)
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