On the outside, this 1960 Dodge D100 pickup is quite vintage, but
beneath the surface are modern upgrades with the fuel-injected V8,
overdrive transmission, upgraded suspension, A/C interior, and
more. So look over all the details, because this is one amazing
A classic Dodge truck from the early 1960s is already a rare sight.
But it's not just history that attracts you to this one. The white
is a nice shade called Cool Vanilla, and it's borrowed from some of
the more modern Rams. So it has a timeless appeal while subtly
hinting at all the upgrades within. Another distinct piece is the
black accents of the bumpers, bezels, and windshield sunshade. It's
all part of a package that loves to mix vintage and upgrades.
That's why you have real wood in the truck bed, GM-style Rally
wheels, classic Mopar sheet metal, and LED lighting. Plus, the
modern trailer hitch also has the proper electric plug and trailer
brake so this one can be the coolest pickup everywhere from the
campground to the boat ramp. It even has adjustable air ride shocks
in the rear for a cool stance or leveling a load.
Inside are more amenities than you could even get in 1960. It
starts with bucket seats and a wood center console in-between.
Plus, you have cold-blowing air conditioning, cup holders, and an
AM/FM/CD/XM stereo with Bluetooth. And it's a true driver's truck
with a Lokar floor shifter, banjo-style steering wheel on a tilt
column, and cool So-Cal speed shop gauges.
You'll love showing off the motor because it's so tidy and unique.
It's a Ford 292 cubic-inch V8 that's part of a special build. It
includes 312 heads, an upgraded camshaft, Offenhauser valve covers,
and topped with a FiTech electronic fuel injection system. The full
package is believed to produce about 300 horsepower. There are also
good supporting components like a high-impact starter, a one-wire
alternator, an MSD ignition, and an American Autowire Highway 22
wiring harness. You'll especially like the 700R4 four-speed
transmission that gives this highway-ready overdrive. So it's quite
a unique machine because it's a Mopar with a Ford heart and GM
gearbox. And the upgrades don't end there. You have a 1979 Jaguar
front end, four-link rear suspension, a Currie limited-slip rear
diff, power steering, power brakes, and front discs. It makes for
quite a comprehensive driver's package.
Complete with build receipts, this is a custom Dodge that has the
looks of an easy driver and the features of a true cruiser. So if
you were looking for the distinction of a classic with an everyday
kind of easy, this is your dream truck. Call today!!!