1969 Dodge D200. The previous owner already restored it a few years
back, had an accident and messed up the front 2 fenders, grill,
radiator etc. But the good news is that he had already cleaned up
the truck including undercoating on everything, so there is no
major rust to be found on the body, there is a donor set of
fenders, front piece and grill that has light rust and the donor
hood that had light rust. The cab exterior is good, the bed is
good. The dash is out of the car and needs to be blasted and
rewired. Needs a new u-joint rear drive line drive line, the motor,
it is new underneath need to be torn down and gone through there
are a few locations with rust but repairable it's a crate 318 with
not to many miles on it, full of oil no water in oil . it's all
there and would make a fast restore with a good body and frame to
start with. Clear title.
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