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1970 Dodge A100 Street Rodder Build Up Truck 427 Chevy Same Paint As 1932 Ford on 2040-cars

US $69,000.00
Year:1970 Mileage:50
Location:

Santa Teresa, New Mexico, United States

Santa Teresa, New Mexico, United States
1970 DODGE A100 STREET RODDER BUILD UP TRUCK 427 CHEVY SAME PAINT AS 1932 FORD, US $69,000.00, image 1

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McMullen 1970 Dodge A100 History Show Truck!! 

Tom McMullenís personal Street Rodder Buildup Truck, Here is your chance to own a piece of Street Rodding History, this truck was featured in several issues of Street Rodder Magazine back in the 1970ís as a how to project, the truck started out as Tomís shop truck and turned in to this radical 70ís Street Machine very high tech for itís time, featuring Tomís own designed 4 link style air ride suspension attempt.

The Dodge had undergone a meticulous 3 years restoration by Street Toys & Hot Rods(restoration can be seen at streettoysmx.com) utilizing all the reusable parts and replicating Tomís paint job to the tee, all components were rebuilt, rechromed and repainted that were reuseable(that was 90% of all parts like suspension, wheels, roll bar, seats, radiator,moon tank etc) All original to the build this is NOT a recration or a tribute, but is the original truck with 80% of the original fab work, interior as well was redone in the original type materials Gold/Red Crush Velvet and California Shag Carpet. 

The Motor is a 427 Big Block Chevy with a 671 Blower along with a Turbo 400 Transmission and has the original custom made headers and Moon gas tanks made exclusively for Tomís truck.

The only up dates made to the truck were the wiring harness and modern fuel system for better reliability, all the rest was replicated as close as possible, the paint is Dupont Base Coat Clear Coat as well as the fades and the flames(the original was enamel), super straight body work really stand out in a crowd, the truck runs and drives great. 

Please look all the pictures and email with question, you are welcome to inspect the car or have it inspect, if you are from outside the US or have less then 10 feedback please contact me before buying or making offer. Most of this truck was hand built by Tom Mcmullen and Streetrodder magazine using only the original body shell of the Dodge and there were no more vin numbers on it so the state of New Mexico issued a new vin number and titled it as a 2013 home built. This truck is sold as is where is, buyer is to make a $500 non refundable deposit within 24 hours of sale and the balance is due in full within 7 days of sale.



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