Motorcar Studio is pleased to offer this 1967 Dodge D100 Sweptline
pickup truck, finished in two-tone Omaha Orange and black. This
truck rolled out of the Warren, Michigan truck assembly plant about
five decades ago with a 225 ci slant-six engine and a Torqueflite
727 automatic transmission. Clearly, this truck has been loved over
the years. The body and glass show well with no major dings or
cracks (although there is patina throughout). Most remarkable is
the condition of the bed which is straight and dent-free. Dodge
enthusiasts will recognize the "Fratzog" badges on the sides of the
cab and the steering wheel. This little-known badge is emblematic
of Dodges of this era, and it's nice to see that this truck hasn't
lost them over the years.
The two seater cab is clean and comfortable. The newer bucket seats
show nicely, as do the original headliner and hardwood dash pad.
All the original dash knobs are intact. Additional upgrades to the
interior include an aftermarket Pioneer radio with remote, a center
console, tachometer, coolant temp, oil pressure, and voltage
gauges, an aftermarket horn, and a custom gear shift and door lock
While this was a 6-cylinder truck from the factory, tucked under
the hood now is the venerable Mopar 440 V8. The motor is ready to
take you wherever you'd like to go thanks to the recent service
work (it recently made the trip from Jacksonville, FL to Atlanta,
GA). The heads have been rebuilt and machined, the timing chain has
been replaced along with the distributor, and it's breathing easy
with a rebuilt Edelbrock #1905 650 cfm carburetor. Other recent
work includes a new starter, new alternator, and spark plugs.
Additionally, the A727 Torqueflite recently received a new torque
converter as well as a fluid change.
The 440 sounds magnificent on startup. It idles, accelerates, and
shifts smoothly, and stops well considering it has four wheel
manual drum brakes. Power is sent to the ground via a set of
Hankook Ventus S1 Noble2 tires with 2018 date codes mounted on
five-lug Mustang wheels.
If you've been looking for a streetable hotrod pickup, this one is
surely worth your consideration. For more information on this 1967
Dodge D100 Sweptline pickup truck for sale at Motorcar Studio in
Atlanta, please call 404-692-5250.