1971 Dodge D100 $46,995
There's a good reason why this classic-looking truck has such shiny wheels. They invested heavily in this 1971 Dodge D100 so that it has terrific paintwork, an upgraded A/C interior, and strong V8 power that's show-ready. So this Dodge is a shining star that has earned its flashy alloys.
The first impression this Dodge gives off is just a well-respected classic. After all, the Seafoam Blue is a bright way to show off a vintage pickup. But because this is a modern restoration with a modern clearcoat finish, the sunlight really loves to highlight how crisp the classic sheetmetal is. And the two-tone of the white on the roof, grille, and mirror arms just adds to this awesome vintage attitude. There's brightwork in all the right places, like the bumpers, bed side steps, and those 20-inch Ridler alloys that announce how upgraded this classic really is. Even the bed shows off extra thoughtfulness. Because it not only has an extra tidy appearance, but also they still made sure it was rugged with liner paint on the tailgate and diamond plating on the floor. Plus, the tool box is there to give you a handy place to put the fuel cell while still looking great.
Inside the blue and white continue as accents, and now they are joined by a fresh and tasteful black. This build really went the extra mile to give you a clean look with the right upgrades expertly integrated. For example, you have taut bench seat that has a classic look, but now it has the desirable three-point belts for the driver and side passenger. Plush carpeting, nice door panels, and a smooth dash all give this a quality feeling. This gives you the kind of features you want in a new truck, like cold-blowing R134a air conditioning and an AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with a USB input and Bluetooth. The steering wheel has been upgraded for a little extra flair and quite a nice grip. It gives you a good view of the factory gauges. Plus, the tachometer is so well integrated into the dash, it almost looks like this came from the factory that way.
Under the hood is an era-correct 340 cubic-inch V8 topped with a four-barrel carburetor. And not only is it a desirable powerhouse, but this also this one looks so tidy that looks like it's fresh from the factory. So even the engine bay is show-worthy. All these fresh components and the aluminum radiator also make this a terrific driver. So you'll love that this pickup also has features like a A727 Torqueflite three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, modern Cooper tires, and power brakes w/discs up front.
This is so fresh that you'll even put a mirror under this one at the car shows. So really, the bed in this pickup is going to about hauling home awards. So if you want an awesome Mopar truck, don't let this deal slip away. Call today!!!