For Sale is my 1947 Dodge Pick up truck. I have been working on this truck for many years. Its time to sell this truck due to family time and new hobbies. I have a lot of time and money invested into this truck. The pictures posted do not do this truck justice. I will do my best to describe the work that I have done to this truck but I will probably forget something. I have spared no expense with this truck. Please keep in mind that I did not build this truck to be on a trailer. This was built with the concept to drive. The truck does not currently run. The motor is ready but never fired up. There are still a lot of projects that need to be finished with this truck. I am around 60-70% through this frame off restoration (I hope). Thank you for looking. If you have additional questions please send them to me. This truck is being sold "as is" with no warranties. It will be the responsibility of the buyer to pick up the auto. I will not ship the truck. I do ask for a $1. 00. 00 USC non refundable deposit within 24 hours of the auction ending through paypal. I will only accept cash for this transaction. No international bidders please. Thank You BodyOriginal cabDoors modified for interior handles and exterior handles. (Lokar billett oval handles)Bear claw latches installed (Autoloc products)Gas filler on side of cab has been patched and welded and ready for body work to finishFront windshield is intactRear glass and side window glass in intactneed to install side mirrors (I bought a chrome mirror that needs to be fitted)Interior of cab has a new glide engineering custom seat with foam (Needs to be upholstered)Purchased the autoloc seatbelts (Need to be installed)ididit steering column installed with a leccarra steering wheelAuto meter gauges installed with a dolphin dash insert. Purchased an dolphin gauges wiper system but not installedVintage air heater was purchased for the truck but not installedVintage air heater controls and clock installed in the dashFirewall was cut and reshaped to accommodate the ford V8 and C6 TrannyFenders and running boards are fiberglass and installed with stainless washers. The rears are two inches wider to accommodate the ford nine inch rear endThe lower section of the front grille is a OEM replacement part that I found on ebay. It only has surface rust. Very nice piece. The bed is a custom made bed from "Propicks"The wood and strips in the back is from Mar-K ProductsNew tailgateCustom rear roll pan was made for the truckLicense plate holder and rear led light (installed but not hooked up)1932 ford tail lights also in the rear roll panMotor1980 Ford F100 302 that has been rebuilt by my father and IMachine work was done by local machinist. Engine was bored and honed and everything was replaced except the crank. The crank was polished as well. The engine was upgraded to 4 barrel as well. Ceramic Coated headers. I even have new spark plug wires. Everything is new on the motor and came from summit racing. I installed a March pulley system as well. New chrome alternator is installed. I have a new power steering pump but have not installed it yet. The transmission is a auto C6 that was rebuilt as well. I have a lokar shifter installedRadiator has been redone to match the Ford V8 by a local shopFrame has been modified to hold the V8 and trans. It also has added x members to help preventing twisting. Frame has been semi boxed and a fuel cell was installed at the rear of the truck. I have a chrome flip access panel that goes in the wood of the bed but not installed yetMustang II front suspension with rack and pinion steering. Coil over shocks in the front. Disc brakes in the front. Rear four bar suspension with a gas adjustable shocks. Pan hard bar also installed. The kits came from Heidts hot rod shop. Ford nine inch rear end. I have not done anything to this yet. Still has drum brakes. Needs to be painted as well. Custom aluminum drive shaft was made for the rear end from a local machine shopI have an 18 circuit wiring harness for the truck as well. I also have a lot of parts still that need to be installed. Most of the parts needed for the truck have been bought but there are still some items needed. This truck is a serious project that will take some skill to finish. This truck usually does not have bolt on parts that you can find over the counter like Chevy and Fords. Thank you again for looking.
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