This 1949 Dodge B-1-B DGT5634 VIN TI42 * 75634 Looks like a farm
truck to me. It's not been licensed since 2012. Thishalf-ton pickup
is powered by a 218ci flathead inline-six, paired with a
three-speed manual transmission and isfinished in red and black
over tan vinyl. The truck features black steel wheels, a
side-mounted spare tire, a split windshield, dual taillights, and a
wood bed floor. Service carried out since 2017 included replacement
of the fuel pump, tires, and wheel cylinders as well as a
speedometer rebuild and fuel tank cleaning. The truck was
previously blue, and was repainted in its current red with black
running boards and rear fenders under previous ownership. Rust is
noted in areas such as the door bottoms, cowl, bed, and windshield
frame. The taillights were repaired in October 2021. Black 15"
steel wheels. 225/75 Hankook Optimo H724 tires that were mounted in
2018. A spare with an older radial tire is affixed to the left bed
side. The front drum brake wheel cylinders were replaced in 2020.
The cabin features a bench seat trimmed in tan vinyl as well as
green residential carpet covering the floor. Equipment includes a
glovebox, lap belts, an electric dash fan, an aftermarket turn
signal switch, and an inoperableradio. The painted steel dashboard
houses temperature, oil pressure, and fuel gauges as well as an
ampmeter and an 80-mph speedometer that was rebuilt in 2018 under
previous ownership. The five-digit odometer shows 38k miles, though
true mileage is unknown. The 218 ci flathead inline-six is fed by a
single carburetor that was rebuilt in 2018. An oil change took
place in October 2021. The truck is titled on its engine number.
After buying it, Andrew and I took it down the freeway and drove 50
MPH just fine. I bought it in Oregon. I'm impressed with its
overall condition, remember it's a farm truck.
1949 Dodge 1/2-Ton Pickup
Exterior Color:Dark Red
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