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1967 Dodge A-100 Pickup Corner Cab Windows! A-108 A100 Little Red Wagon

1967 Dodge Other

Make: Dodge
Model: Other
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: Base
Year: 1967
Mileage: 500,005
VIN: 1862093257
Color: White and Rust
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: Rear Wheel Drive
Interior color: White and Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bogart, Georgia, United States

Description for Dodge Other 1967

Here is something you don't see everyday!1967 Dodge A-100 PickupComplete with Corner-Cab Windows!This is your chance to pickup a Pickup and finish it the way you would like it. These trucks are highly sought-after. very collectible and extremely cool! I have done a lot of the hard part on this one for you already. There is still more to do. Cheaper than a year of tech school. this truck will teach you many skills you may not already have. all the while allowing you to build one kick-ass truck!Is it rusty? Does your dog eat the cat poop? Dodge made these trucks from rust. Even when new. if you listened closely. you could hear your new A-100 rusting away as you drove down the road. Is it better off than the majority of unfinished A-100 pickups? I certainly think so. Have a look at the photos in the auction. they represent the current condition of this jewel. For pictures of where I started. and work as it progressed. please email me and I will set you up with link to my Photobucket account. Here is what I have done so far:Since this truck is really pretty straight on the outside. my primary focus has been rust repair on the inside of the cab and the bed. This truck had badly rusted out floor pans. By badly. I mean largely non-existent. After I removed the interior. engine. transmission. wiring harness and dog-house. I took the truck to a local media blaster. I had everything inside the cab blasted to bare metal using a combination of soda blasting and media blasting. This removed all the scaly rust and left a nice swiss-cheese floor pan. making it obvious which panels needed to be cut out and what could stay. The super good news is that nowhere did I find any meaningful damage to any of the 'frame rails' (which are simply formed steel U-channels capped by the floor pans. Dodge galvanized the inside of the frame rails and this protected them amazingly well. especially when you see how awful the floors were. The Photobucket album has many photos of what was under the pans. The rails really are fine. Nothing wrong at all. So out came the plasma cutter. the angle grinder. the chisels. and hammers. The bad areas were carefully cut out. Since no reproduction panels are made (I have looked and never found any). cardboard templates were made. 16ga. steel was cut and formed. and slowly the floors started to take shape. I went to a lot of effort to keep the areas that were in good shape. or could not be easily reproduced by hand. I started at the headlights and worked my way back. The whole back of the cab was rusted out. about one inch up from the floor. I made one careful cut with a cutting disc all the way across the bottom of the cab. leaving good metal up top and air at the bottom. From there I constructed four patch panels to recreate the back wall of the cab. At the same time. I looked carefully at what was left of the bed floor directly behind the cab. I figured out that the floor was bad in the bed too. To top that off. there had been some mistake long ago. as the A-100 was rolling down the assembly line. Spot welds had been botched from the transmission cross-member to the front-rear frame rail. So. since I was already dissecting this thing. and since I had a perfectly good parts van. I cut out the whole center floor from the van. including the cross-member. had it media blasted and installed it. This was done with great attention to detail. This truck is now better than the day if left the factory. at least in terms of the transmission cross-member being welded in correctly. Have a look at the photos. This is about as far as I got before life got in the way. I wanted to take this thing on the Hot Rod Magazine Power Tour. Not enough hours in the day. As much as I wish there were. So. at this point you are asking yourself "What do it get? This thing is missing a bunch of parts. " I have many of the parts to make this a complete vehicle. I do not have them all. Here are the things you will get for sure:Windshield glass (replacement gaskets are available from Rock Auto for about $150 - these never have good gaskets on the windshield anymore)Headlight bucketsHeadlight Trim Rings (dented - repros are $80. 00 each on eBay)Turn Signal housings with lenses (lenses are cracky - repros are on eBay)Window Cranks and Door Handles for the interiorEngine 'dog house' panels for interiorBelly Pan to force air to radiatorDoor panels - already primedRear View Mirror - already primedAsh Tray - already primedGauge bezel - already primedGlove Box Door - already primedGauge ClusterTail gate - lets talk about the tail gate for a minute. This is one of the nicest tail gates I have ever seen on an un-restored truck. These are not easy to come by - at all. They are difficult to find. This one is pretty darn straight. and pretty darn rust free. I have seen tail gates sell for $450 in this condition. Stock Seats - What is left of them. I have a parts van with some good metal - if you show up pretty soon (bring your angle grinder) you can cut some parts off of the van to use on the truck. All the metal is same. you can get patches for most of the really rusty parts that still remain. You cut it off and you can have it. Things you will probably get (no guarantee):Battery Box - I think I have one. but I have yet to locate it. If I can find it. I will include it. Wiring harness - I was going to use a Painless harness. The harness from the truck was not in the best shape. If I can find it. you can have what is left of it. ***********Things you will not get (guaranteed)**********:Shifter and CableKick down LinkageTransmissionSteering wheel from the photographs - I just put it on there to roll the truck around. I think I have another. but I robbed that one off a customer's truck. The truck will absolutely have something to steer it with. just not sure what. DriveshaftBattery Cables Exhaust SystemAmber Fog Lights mounted to front bumper in photos - I am keeping them!Also. if the winning bidder so desires. I have a pretty clean 318 V-8 with a 904 Automatic that can go with the truck for an additional $400. 00. It lacks a few parts but was a runner from a Duster I had. This is a major project. But. it is a great start at a cool truck. Now. I can't keep every single thing I drag home (I have been informed of this on more than one occasion). This is where you come in. Someone out there wants to build an A-100 Pickup. Let me hook you up with a (mostly) solid project. While I have spent countless hours (and multiple spools of welding wire) replacing floors on this truck. there is still a lot more work to be done. With this project you can see exactly what you are buying. No mysteries here. Think how cool this thing will be with the engine of your choosing (I have seen these trucks with just about every engine Ma Mopar ever rolled off the line - 225. 318. 340. 360. 383. 440. 426 and even a 5. 7 HEMI!) Too cool!I am out of space in my garage and out of time to work on this one. I am selling several other project cars in various stages of completion. as well as a boat load of parts. Look for my other auctions. This truck only comes with a bill of sale as Georgia does not title vehicles older than 1986. The truck is sold as-is. where-is with no warranty of any kind expressed or implied. I reserve the right to end the auction early as the truck is listed for sale elsewhere. If you win the truck but lack the ability to get it to your home. I have a dually and a trailer. I will deliver for $2. 25/loaded mile within a 400 mile radius of Athens. GA. Maybe farther if you live somewhere cool that I want to visit anyway. I will not load the truck or leave the driveway without a $1. 00. 00 non-refundable deposit either in my bank account or my PayPal account. I will also work with the shipper of your choosing to get the truck loaded safely and headed your way. The winning bidder shall show good faith with a $500. 00 deposit within 24 hours of winning the auction. Full payment is due within 7 days. I am not a bank. If you do not have the funds. please do not bid. Simple. On Feb-14-15 at 07:48:26 PST. seller added the following information:I looked around in my shop and found the following which WILL be included for sure with the truck:All panels for the engine 'doghouse' in the cab. The factory pair of A-100 seats. The factory pair of A-100 seat mounts. Half of an A-100 battery box. An A-100 steering wheel (some cracking). If the auction meets reserve and the buyer wants it. I will include the 225 Slant Six that was in this truck when I bought it. I did dump some fuel in it prior to removal and was able to get it to crank and run for about 30 seconds. I have done nothing else to it other than remove it. I appreciate everyone that has been emailing and asking questions. etc. I know these trucks are collectible. but I did not anticipate the volume of emails this listing would generate.