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Old April 9th, 2008, 08:34 AM   #1
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Default 1970 Dodge 3/4T, 4x4, auto, NP205, 318.

1970 Dodge 3/4T, 4x4,
auto, NP205, 318, 44 front, 60 rear

80k original, rust free California car, with California plates and title.
Been in Michigan since November.
Project was to run it as is while preparing it for a Cummins.
front corner is only body damage.



$3000.



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Old April 17th, 2008, 08:08 AM   #3
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Old April 17th, 2008, 08:02 PM   #4
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Old April 20th, 2008, 09:31 AM   #5
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price firm?
That is what I have invested. I'm open minded.

The original 318 is in and runs pretty good. The dash and interior are original and no holes drilled.
It runs and drive okay, trans shift solid. The brakes have an issue, I think a slave cylinder is bleeding down.

I lived in California/Nevada. I had a 1969 PowerWagon that I owned for quite a few years.
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The body had taken a few hits but the drive train was solid. I heard about a 2x4 Dodge that was owned by a guy that died. This old guy had bought the truck new and only used it for camping, hence the 74,000 original miles. I knew the guy, he turned down a generous offer for the truck from me before. The right front corner damage is the only bad part. The hood and doors close without slamming

I moved my 4x4 axles/springs under the 1970. The transfer case, cross member, drive shafts and other stuff are in the bed. Also comes with a rodded and cored radiator set up for a big block, and a bunch of other stuff you will want. This is the makings for a real sano/retro 4x4. It will be nice with the 318. A 383, 440 or a cummins? LTFO!!

I lost my leg in an accident and am unable to finish it. My loss, your gain.

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it still for sale? u say it still intact and drives right? motor wasnt pulled for engine swap?
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Old April 23rd, 2008, 12:05 PM   #7
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it still for sale? u say it still intact and drives right? motor wasnt pulled for engine swap?
I just swapped the axles into it. Original engine and trans are in it.
A guy came over and looked at it on monday, touched the key and it was running. Pretty good for something that's been sitting.
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$$SOLD$$

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