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1967 Dodge W200 Power Wagon Crew Cab Utiline- Ex Air Force Truck Clean Title on 2040-cars

US $7,600.00
Year:1967 Mileage:96000
Location:

Springfield, Oregon, United States

Springfield, Oregon, United States

This is for a very nice and solid 1967 W200 power wagon crew cab utililine or stepside short bed in fantastic shape. I've been driving this vehicle daily for a a while now With no issues other than brakes which I replaced. I have seen & owned a number of these vehicles and this is by far the nicest I have laid my eyes on other than fully restored trucks. If you purchase this truck you could come to Oregon and drive it home it truly runs perfectly. Unlike most of these style of 1967 trucks this one has all of its Bedwood in great shape and a very solid tailgate which is from an original truck it has surface rust but is very solid other than in the hinge area which will need replaced. The lights and windshield wipers work correctly the windshield washer pump works correctly and mechanically it's very solid. I originally purchased the pick up which was missing it's Power Wagon Hood emblems but I was able to locate a set and replace them I cannot find anything on this truck that is needed to make it factory original. I even have the set of 17 1/2 inch bias ply tires and rims that the truck originally came with which I'm willing to include With the truck. All the doors close and open the windows roll up and down. The floorboards have been repaired in the past and are in good shape as seen in the pictures. This is definitely one of those vehicles with all its merits that only comes along occasionally. There is a small amount of rust in the drivers step all of the other steps are in good shape. And there is a very small amount of rust at the bottom rear of the doors which you could cover with a quarter that will need to be addressed during a restoration otherwise this truck is very rust free. The underside of the Bedwood and the underside of the cab look fantastic. For once this is a truck that my wife doesn't want me to sell because everybody enjoys driving it however I have other projects!  The grill guard is the factory one that is listed on the Nomenclature tag. Please Contact me with questions. This is also for sale locally and if sold will be pulled from the auction.  Thanks for looking. 

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