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1933 Dodge Pickup, Very Rare, Full Restoration, Suicide Doors, Chopped on 2040-cars

US $44,500.00
Year:1933 Mileage:2200 Color: stance has been modified
Location:

Newport Coast, California, United States

Newport Coast, California, United States

Every once in awhile a RARE truck comes on the market this1933 Dodge pickup truck is no exception and its waiting for the right owner near Orange County, CA  

Perfect condition and the coolest old truck on the market. Frame off restoration, professionally built engine, 3 deuce carb set up, lokar floor shifter, baby moon gauges, all name brand and new parts. Ididit tilt column, Ron Francis wiring, GM disc brake kit on the front, New GM Drums on the rear. Dropped axle front and 2inch drop in the rear. Leaf springs with shock adapters kits on front and rear. Vega - Flaming river FR1500 steering box - too much too list. Meticulous records and receipts. 

This gorgeous pickup has lots of first class work and parts. A chromed, 3 deuce carburetor set atop a 327 Small Block Chevy creating approx 300HP that is passed through a turbo 400 transmission. A 9-inch Ford rear end with 2.79 gears plants the power to the street and gets you cruising. Handles excellent at 80MPH.

The red leather interior features tuck and roll design on the bench seat and through the door panels, even behind the seat. A custom dash with contrasting baby moon gauges dominates the cockpit while the controls for the aftermarket heating unit reside below.

The exterior stance has been modified, 2-inch chopped top (notice it was done so the back window kept it's original size), design elements and trim parts such as the red grille with the original Dodge Brothers badge, steel wire wheels, hubcaps, and rear roll pan all help keep the traditional hot rod vibe despite the obvious high-end professional finish throughout the entire truck. The truck does not boast power steering but a new aftermarket steering box, the goal was to keep it a fancy rat rod / 50s style hot rod. Overall the truck drives and handles great (no play in the steering wheel) and the suspension feel is tight with plenty of stopping power. The tilt column is a new ididit and lokar floor shifter.

The entire truck is steel and the body work took over 7 months. No bondo and nothing but straight lines on all the door jams/seams. 6 layers of clear coat later and the shine is memorizing. The front suspension features disc brakes and a dropped bell axle with leaf springs and shocks. The rear is leaf with shocks and drum brakes. This truck is complete and rebuilt with love.

This truck has been is insured for $60,000.  You can make a deal for $44,500.

Comes with an extra set of custom offset new American racing 5-spoke (matte center with large chrome lip) wheels and tires. They are 2 inches larger than the current wire wheels @ 17"x7" rear with a deep dish chrome lip.

This truck was purchased from the original owner prior to being rebuilt, he was in his late eighties at the time - It has quite a story. The old timer was a traveling salesman who made regular trips from Seattle, Washington to New York City; he went through 4 engines on this truck. When we asked him how many miles he thought were on it, he replied with a straight face at least a million.

A similar truck with a hemi sold for $62,500 - not a hard modification and brings instant equity.

Serious inquiries only. We kept complete documentation on almost  every part installed down to the spark plugs.

Email: paul.c.simpson@me.com or call 949-244-2924 for additional information of to receive more pics. Thanks for looking!

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