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This 1965 Dodge A-100 is a recently restored vintage van that can
do it all. After all, it's unique enough to grab attention wherever
it goes; there's plenty of secured storage for whatever project you
have; and it's got an enhanced V8 for great power and added
practicality. But what's most impressive is you can get it all for
such a great price.
A Dodge A-100 van is already a rare sight these days, so you know this one will grab plenty of attention. Good thing that the tan paint has a great gloss and shine, and the unique sheetmetal is complete and correct. So this one makes the right kind of first impression with the look of a quality investment. Plus, the details are right with crisp headlights, tinted windows, and a great set of torque thrust-style Eagle Alloy wheels. It even has an aggressive forward leaning stance that hints at the enhanced V8 power within (more on that in a moment.) And more than just look great, there's nothing better than having a versatile van. So we know you're just picturing how this could be the perfect tailgating machine. And with the trailer hitch already attached, you can bring the big grill along, too!
There's some nice thought that went into the interior. The cargo doors have diamond plate steel that add some flair while also helping to protect them when this van is used for your weekend chores. Inside, the rear jump seats match the sides and roof for a well-coordinated package. Up front, you and your passenger get upgraded bucket seats that are comfy enough to provide all-day comfort. There are also some nice additions like the AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with aux input for the most modern music players. The forward control design gives you a commanding view of the road, and the upgraded Equus gauge package (with large tach) keeps you fully informed on the big power it's bringing to the streets.
The growl this one makes might surprise some. That's because the factory never offered anything as large as the 360 cubic-inch V8 that is currently powering this van. Plus, the big V8 has been enhanced further with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and fined Mickey Thompson valve coves. A mighty motor like this needs the right supporting components, so it connects to a stout Torqueflight A727 three-speed automatic transmission. This feeds a sturdy 10-bolt rear end that came from the professionals at Arizona Driveshaft and Differential. Finishing out this driving package are the front disc brakes and grip of modern Hankook Optimo tires to give this van solid moves out on the streets.
This is the vintage van you've always wanted, and it's turn-key ready and priced right. But you're not the only one who loves something this cool and distinctive. So don't miss out, call today!