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US $5,500.00
Year:1938 Mileage:17

Port Huron, MI, United States

Port Huron, MI, United States

 Pickup and Shipping of the vehicle and parts is the buyers responsibility, The truck is sold as is and where it is.

Up for bid is a 1938 Dodge Humpback Panel Truck.


 The rear Axle (MOPAR 1974) is rebuilt with new brakes/ and all new hardware, and Drums (271 Gear for the Highway) the front steering, axle, brakes are also all rebuilt.  

 Also have the original Fuel Tank and Tool Box. 

New Vinyl Lettering to match Perfect what is on the truck now. 

 Have most of the chrome and stainless, gauges, handles, complete headlamps assemblies, but need to be restored. 

 The vehicle is in good condition but has all the normal rust for the year and type. I bought the truck to restore with a updated drive train to original looks. 

 The original cleaner is still in business in St. Louis Missouri but at a different address and owners. 

 There is some rust on the passenger (passenger door is partiality repaired) and drivers door can be repaired/replaced with replacement panels similar to passenger door. 

 The side quarter panels need patch work, there are patch panels for other similar vehicles available also for the tail panel (easy fix). The glass, top insert, rear wood floor need to be replaced also. 

 The tires and rims are new. The frame and related frame parts (Springs, brakes, shocks, and more are new or rebuilt to original).  

A lot of the parts have been sandblasted to work on. I have  the complete hood assembly, taken apart and sandblasted, nice shape. I have the Grill that is sandblasted and another grille that has extra pieces need for the last lower grills bar. I do not have the molding that goes around the grille, only pieces. 

 The front fenders are like new. I have the pocket and related parts for the spare tire but not the station. 

 I have all the wood for the rear floor for a pattern.  

I have the original rear fenders that are rough and I have a parts fender for the left side. The rear fenders are unique to this truck. There are fiberglass fenders if you want to go that way from reading what others have done. 

 The rear doors are there, but need the lower repaired.  

I have 3 headlamp lens in real nice shape, and the reflectors that can be fitted with 12V bulbs or even halogen bulbs. Also have a tail lamp with lens (DODGE) . I have all the gauges, window windshield crank less tong but other vehicles have the same (Chevy) tong, the crank has been restored, The door window cranks are repaired and the door pulls and latches.  

I have all/most of receipts for parts /repair for the truck.  Have sources for parts need to complete restoration/repair to current build or to original drivetrain.





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