This 1966 Dodge D100 is a standard-cab pickup that is finished in powder Blue with a dark vinyl interior and is powered by a 318ci V8 paired with a four-speed manual automatic transmission. Modifications include a rear step bumper, a retro Bluetooth radio pioneer dash and box seat speaker and radio, newly custom-matched Linex bed and gate. The seller acquired the truck out of Arizona in 2020 and has since added 2k miles. This Sweptline pickup is now offered with a clean Nebraska title in the seller’s name. Until the latest owner, the truck had never left the state of Arizona. The truck reportedly was refinished in blue with a white roof under previous ownership and painted in 1982. Exterior features include chrome side moldings with white inserts, and a chrome-plated bumper. A section of scratched paint is visible at the driver-side door seam, and close-up photos of the paintwork and trim can be viewed in the gallery below. Moon capped rooms 16″ polished-wheels wear Challenger Cornell white lettered tires. The cab features a black vinyl bench seat, a powder blue dashboard, body-color door panels, and dark blue carpeting. Equipment includes lap belts, a Retro new Bluetooth sound system installed by Inphase Audio, and an air-conditioning system mounted below the dash. A white steering wheel frames a horizontal 100-mph speedometer and auxiliary gauges. The five-digit odometer shows 79k miles, approximately 2k of which were added by the seller. The 318ci V8 features blue-finished valve covers and has been modified with an all original motor set.