1972 Dodge moving truck with its cargo area converted into a wood-paneled vaulted ceiling sleeper with electricity, insulation, and windows by an expert builder and professional tiny house maker. He is an artisan builder, and he specializes in finding interesting, historical reclaimed wood for his projects. For the sleeper, the walls' panels are hand-carved and fitted using reclaimed wood taken from the historic, famous Miramar By the Sea hotel in Santa Barbara that was open from 1876 to 2000. The wood beams for the vaulted ceiling were made from a redwood tree that fell in San Luis Obispo County in coastal California. The truck was kept in good running condition until last 2-3 years when it was parked as a tiny house. Needs a mechanic (likely needs new battery) to look at it and work on it to get it running again and give it a full inspection. Sold as is.
Interior cab needs some TLC, and locks need upgrade/repair.
The Pick of the Day is said to be a well-maintained, one-owner original
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