1967 Dodge D200 Sweptline
Our dad bought this truck in 1975 in California and has owned it ever since. The truck was originally built with a 383, a 727, and a 4.10-geared Dana 60. The first owner swapped the 383 for a 440 in 1969. After our dad purchased the truck, he added lift springs to tow his sand rail.
In 2005, our dad had the 440 bored out .030 inch, added the crankshaft and rods, Mopar performance pistons and cylinder heads, an Edelbrock intake, a 750-cfm four-barrel, and a Crane cam/roller rockers package. Along with the mechanical upgrades, it was repainted Petty Blue and the grille and bumper were replated. New tires and rims were one of the last additions. The interior is original, with a reupholstered bench seat and CD player.
2013-present Maintenance: New transmission pan, head gasket, spark plugs, coil, and battery.
The truck had been garage stored and well-maintained, currently located in Arizona.
We are looking for an owner who will love and cherish it as much as our dad did.
Our dad had this beautiful truck featured in the July 2008 edition of Mopar Muscle Magazine.