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360-powered 1976 Dodge D100 4X4

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$20,000

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360-powered 1976 Dodge D100 4X4

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360-powered 1976 Dodge D100 4X4

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360-powered 1976 Dodge D100 4X4

High Bidder:  DAVEKV8UK

Auction Type:  Reserve

Winning Bid: $20,000 (USD)

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Chassis/VIN:

W14BE6S192445

Location:

Gladstone, Oregon

Odometer:

31,504 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12398870

Engine:

360ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

Winning Bid: $20,000 (USD)

High Bidder:  DAVEKV8UK

Auction Type:  Reserve

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Chassis/VIN:

W14BE6S192445

Location:

Gladstone, Oregon

Odometer:

31,504 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12398870

Engine:

360ci V8

Seller:

Dealer

Transmission:

Automatic

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1976 Dodge D100 Royal Sportsman 4WD pickup rides on a set of 35” Mastercraft all-terrain tires and a lifted suspension, offering a sorted mechanical drivetrain, a diamond plate aluminum toolbox, and additional custom accessories. The 360ci V8 is cooled by an aluminum radiator and upgraded with an Optima battery and a chrome-finished air cleaner, sending power to all four wheels via a 3-speed column-shifted automatic transmission. Finished in light blue with navy blue side striping over a tan cloth interior, this third-generation D-Series D100 is now offered with a clear Oregon title in the seller’s name.

Dodge D-Series pickup first debuted in 1961 on the Chrysler AD platform, offered in both two-door and four-door body styles. A second generation was rolled out in 1965 and a third in 1972, offering increasingly rounded fenderwells and an overall design language that mirrored some of Chrysler’s car lineup of the time. This D100 Sportsman from 1976 is configured in a two-door, shortbed body style was repainted light blue with navy blue striping under prior ownership. The bumpers and other bright trim accents are in good condition, and a pair of auxiliary fog lamps have been mounted in the recess below the grille. Additional exterior features include a diamond plate toolbox, aluminum bed caps, side steps, rear mud guards, and a tow receiver below the rear bumper. A spare tire is mounted within the lined bed.

Polished aluminum 15” wheels are mounted to 35” Mastercraft Courser MXT 35” all-terrain tires with good tread life remaining. The suspension been lifted to accommodate the current wheel and tire setup.

The interior is fitted with tan cloth and vinyl bench upholstery, color-matched to the door panels, padded dash, and carpeting. Amenities include air conditioning, tinted windows, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, a roof-mounted Cobra CB radio, a rear window gun rack, a fire extinguisher, and a radio with speakers mounted behind the fold-forward seat.

Instrumentation is housed within a woodgrain bezel and includes a 100-mph speedometer, an aftermarket 8k-rpm tachometer, and accompanying agues for fuel level, coolant temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. The five-digit mechanical odometer reads 31k miles, although true mileage on the chassis is unknown.

The 360ci LA V8 is equipped with a chrome-finished air cleaner, a red top Optima battery, and an aluminum radiator. Power is fed to all four wheels via a column-shifted 3-speed automatic transmission.

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Comments & Questions

September 13, 2021
10:58 AM

BID: $17,300

September 13, 2021
10:31 AM

BID: $17,000

September 13, 2021
10:25 AM

BID: $16,500

September 13, 2021
10:06 AM

BID: $16,200

September 13, 2021
09:25 AM

BID: $15,900

September 12, 2021
09:59 AM
Bidder

What is the box on tranny tunnel? Any work done to engine and transmission ? Looks like really nice Truck!

September 11, 2021
04:00 PM
Seller

@426LVR – If I were to win the bud on this truck how long can I leave it until I can get it transported. ...

No Problem

September 11, 2021
03:06 PM
Bidder

If I were to win the bud on this truck how long can I leave it until I can get it transported.

September 11, 2021
12:41 PM

BID: $15,300

September 08, 2021
05:18 PM

BID: $15,000

September 08, 2021
11:21 AM

BID: $11,000

September 06, 2021
06:46 PM

BID: $10,000

September 06, 2021
06:44 PM

BID: $6,000

September 06, 2021
10:59 AM

BID: $5,000

September 06, 2021
09:04 AM

BID: $2,000

September 06, 2021
09:01 AM

BID: $1,500

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