1946 Dodge WD 15 pickup with a rare telephone lineman's utility box
on the back. It was rescued from a farmers field back in 1991 and
spent the next 3 years in the auto body shop of a local high school
in Milwaukee, WI. During that time it went through a frame off
restoration to the point where it was drive-able and even licensed.
The interior was never finished though. The current seat is from a
1975 Chevy Suburban. The inline 6 cylinder engine was rebuilt and
given many new parts including a crank kit (.020 over) a valve job,
new clutch and rebuilt carburetor. Also new brakes, wheels and
tires were added as well as a fresh paint job. It was then driven
from the high school to an indoor storage facility at a local boat
yard. The next 23 years saw no additional work being done on the
truck. The first 18 photos show the truck as is is today. The last
6 photos were taken in the early 90's at the high school where the
restoration was started. This truck is being sold as is and where
is with no warranty. It currently is not running as it needs a new
battery and some other minor adjustments. Check out the before and
after pictures to see how much work has already been done. The
inside of the box contains many parts including headlights, grill
trim, window glass and other items. Please Note The Following
**Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac,
Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by
appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at
231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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