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1950 dodge b2b

1950 Dodge Other Pickups low side bed

Condition: Used
Make: Dodge
Model: Other Pickups
SubModel: B2B
Trim: low side bed
Year: 1950
Mileage: 77,070
VIN: 82208696
Color: Green
Engine: flathead straight six cyl
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Brown
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Medford, New Jersey, United States
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Here's A bit of history on the Dodge B-Series
Via: https://www.hagerty.com/apps/valuationtools/1950-dodge-b~2-b
"Like Ford, Dodge's first all-new post-WWII vehicle was a truck. Dubbed the B-Series, the new pickup design was very clean, with a more squared-off profile than its competition. Along with Studebaker, Dodge began the trend of integrating the front fenders as a whole concise component of the truck in lieu of just hanging them off the side. Dodge carried this general design though to 1951, at which point the company enacted a light restyling centered primarily on a new double bar grille theme. These "Job Rated" pickups continued with only modest trim tweaks through 1953. While not as zippy as Ford's or Chevy's truck offerings, the rock-solid durability and economy of Chrysler's flathead sixes--which were in all Dodge pickups of this era--made the B-Series a popular work rig. Wildly popular then and now was Dodge's five-window "Pilot House" cab. While GM pickups of this era also offered a five-window design, the B1-B ½ ton model's execution was more necessary due to the standard cab having such a small center rear window. Dodge trucks were also unique at this time for offering both a "low-side" and a "high-side" pickup box. Today, generally speaking, the "low-side" box, as shown on this truck, has the most interest."
Info on the truck itself:
Restored 1950 Dodge pick-ups are good values in the classic market. Prices are reasonable and continue to rise. This 1950 Dodge B-series pickup is a rare find and one of the best examples around in a B series truck.
The B-series trucks were produced from 1948-1953. The high-visibility pilot-house cab was 2.5 inches taller, 3 inches long, and over 6 inches wider than its predecessor and was rubber-mounted. The truck's improved ventilation included optional vent widows, a large cowl ventilation, forced air intake and a new heater with fan and defroster tubes.
Series B pickups came standard with a flathead straight-six engine that produced 95bhp. The engine was shifted forward and the front axle moved back on the frame for better weight distribution and a shorter wheelbase. This Ram was extensively restored professionally. The solid body and bed were refinished in Dodge Truck Dark Green that remains in excellent overall condition. The body work is show quality and the fit and finish of the panels speak for themselves! The bed has an oak floor that fits and shows well. Stock wheels finished off with the Dodge dog dish style hubcaps and newer "original style" tires provide the final touch to the exterior.
Inside, the cab has been fully restored. The seat was reupholstered in a nice original style brown vinyl, a new feature called the " Air-O-Ride" seat supported as many as three full sized men comfortably on a cushion that was air assisted by coil springs, and regulated by a lever that allowed a vent to open and close to regulate the seats firmness. The factory steering wheel is stately and the classic dash holds a complete set of working gauges. Backing up the quiet flathead, a three speed manual gearbox is managed by the comfortable original floor shifter. This is a very nicely restored truck that is really fun to drive. These early Dodge pick-ups are very scarce lots of Chevys and Fords, but you will seldom see an early Ram.
The Tool Kit and an extensive file including pictures and notes from the restoration process are included with the truck.
Every nut and bolt on this truck has been re-done and another $5000 was just spent at a specialty shop to have it completely gone through front to back. This truck is tuned very well and does not require a choke or pumping of the gas pedal to get it to start, you turn the ignition to the on position hit the foot pedal and it starts right up and idles nicely! No leaks and everything works as it should!
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