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Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 246 votes

Selling my 1954 Dodge M37. Clean title. Engine is a 230 CI Chrysler flathead inline 6. Trans is a 4 speed. It is 4x4. It has a PTO winch that is broken but I have the part to fix it. Almost no rust rot on the truck at all. Any rust is surface rust.  Brakes work but the rear passenger side is leaking fluid.  

I purchased the truck from one of my friends. He had adjusted the valves. new valve cover gaskets. carb rebuilt. new fuel pump. new fuel filter. radiator reconditioned. new thermostat. new water pump. new exhaust and intake gaskets. new spark plugs. points ignition replaced with electronic ignition. new exhaust hangers bought (old ones sagged and cracked the exhaust manifold) but not installed yet. fuel tank cleaned out and pressure tested. Cracked Exhaust manifold was replaced with a used unit and proper hardware was used (Wrong hardware will crack the manifold) and new front brake hoses.

I have a video of it running when my friend had it last year. The truck would run but he believed the timing to be messed up. Truck needs someone who can resolve the timing issue.  I got it from him about 8 months ago. pushed it in my shed and haven't touched it since. I don't seem to have the motivation to work on it so its time for it to go. Also have two spare axles that go with the truck. Located in Effingham IL.  


On Mar-28-17 at 08:07:04 PDT. seller added the following information:

Also there has been some confusion as to the current status of the truck. As previously stated the truck had been running. Currently it will not start. In an effort to correct the timing issue the previous owner advanced the oil pump gear 1 tooth. This set the timing to far forward for the truck to start. It needs turned back and the timing dialed in from there. I have a video that I will send to anyone who messages me of the truck running before this change was made. When the truck was running the oil pressure and voltmeter were where they should be. (Also have pictures of this)

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