1966 4x4 Dodge W300 1 Ton chassis. Bought from a co-op for salvage
but decided to make it operable. It was used on the business
grounds and not on public roads due to no title. Later a 1969 D300
Cab and chassis with a bad motor with a good title was bought to
replace the cab on the original 1966 truck. The cab areas that
typically rust out were repaired on this truck. The rocker step
areas are repaired with extra heavy floor plate material. The truck
frame has been doubled with a 9' full C channel frame. This starts
at the rear of the front leaf spring hanger and continues to the
center of the rear axle. The engine had the bottom end new main
bearing rolled in replacements and new rod bearings done in the
chassis. The rear axle hub have factory spacers to make it a single
tire axle rear. It appears that it could be a dually if these were
removed. Power steering was added to the unit and duel fuel tanks.
This truck was not intended to be a show truck, it was to be used
as a daily driver. The truck has been repainted white, and has been
stored in a storage building for approximately 30 years. The truck
has not been started in those 30 years. Don't want to take a chance
of trying to start it at this point due to possible damage this
could cause to the engine. The title we have is on the 1969 cab and
can be transferred to the buyer. The original 1966 VIN plate is
mounted in the cab next to the VIN plate for the 1969 cab. 1966
Vin# 238 1583857. Metal spec. tag reads: W300 133' WB. 7500 lb.
rear axle. 4500 lb front axle. 48 rear axle spicer model 70. 4 Syn
trans. NPROC 435D4, 65 @ 3900 RPM. 10,000 GVW, 1750 lb. front
spring cap. 4050 rear spring cap. 11005347 S.O. no. 1969 Can Vin#
1381934626. Metal spec tag reads: Serial # 1381934626, TCN no.
19092187, Max GVW 10,000 lbs, 7500 rear axle cap., 41 rear axle
make is spicer, 3800 Frt. axle cap, 4 Syn trans, Make NP 435 1770 @
4000, 1500 Frt. Spring cap, 2050 rear spring cap, 159'WB.
1966 Dodge Power Wagon
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