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1970 Dodge Crewcab Power Wagon W200 on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:18515
Location:

Quapaw, Oklahoma, United States

Quapaw, Oklahoma, United States

this is a 1970 power wagon w200 crewcab, 318 4 speed, 4:10 geared. I believe engine to be later model ( 75 or newer ). door and tailgate are off something else but everything else seems original and is complete except has no back up lights, side marker lights, dome light, washer jug and one mirror. every thing on it works, has new carb, alternator & regulator, electronic distributor, master cylinder, starter, brake hoses and complete duel exhaust. radiator and fuel tank have been gone through also. I have been driving this daily since the first of the year. it does need pockers and floor pans replaced, I have layed some metal and rubber on the floors to drive it for now mostly to block air since I drove it all winter. you can still step on the rockers to get in and out but they do need replaced. there is one through rust hole on the side of the cowl below the antenna and a little in the corners of the doors. most dings and scratches have surface rust. the bed is banged up around the tail lights some but other than some ripples and dings there is no big dents truck is fairly straight. would be a good project to start with I have two other front doors and another windshield to go with it. hope I didnt leave anything out but I probably did. I will answer any questions that I can and can bee reached at 918-541-5737.

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