Dodge L600 1969 tilt cab COE Cabover, hauler, rod, rat, rust-free in California
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Other
- Trim: .
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 84,262
- Engine size: 361
- Drive type: 2
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Dodge Other
This rare 1969 Dodge L600 truck has a 361 CID "wedge" engine manual trans. This is a tilt-cab COE 2.5 ton truck with a manual 4 speed transmission anda two-speed rear axle. It shows a little bondo between the headlights but does not appear to have any floor rust. The roof has been caved in a bit by ignorant hillbilly children but should pop out without much fuss.. It has a broken wing window. The old box shows in some photos but was scrapped. . The engine will crank slowly when jumped and plugs out might spin faster with a fresh starter and some new cables. It does not run but was supposedly driven to where we got it.. The truck appears to be stock and complete has heater but no AC. I understand the cab shares many parts with the L700 and A100 series vans and pickups.
This truck has a clear title and is currently registered in California as a "Historic vehicle" avoiding high commercial fees.
Relisted due to failed buyer.
Lots of detailed photos here
Buyer has the option of taking the whole truck or any parts leaving the rest for me to scrap. I have tools equipment experience and a gantry for lifting.You can pull it apart yourself or i will remove the cab and prepare it for trucking for $300 if you are having someone come and pickup the cab.
Transport is at the cost of the buyer please be sure to consider that and get estimates before bidding. I can haul it for the greater of $200 or $2.00 per mile (one way) from 95233 Hathaway Pines CA on Hwy 4 in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains but U-ship is probably cheaper.
I will assist with overseas shipping. With mirrors removed this truck will fit in a 40 foot shipping container the nearest shipping port is Oakland CA. I will deliver there for $300 but don’t mind if someone else does it.
A $500 deposit is due within 24 hours of end of auction through Paypal refundable only if I have misrepresented the truck in any way. Full payment is expected within 7 days. I can store the truck freefora couple ofmonths if full payment has been made. I do NOT accept checks or money orders.
If no one bids Low-ball offers or questionsafter the auction ends will not be replied to.
The cab’s dimensions are 8 feet wide 7 with fenders removed. 7 feet high or 6 with fenders removed. 6 feet long.
The whole truck with mirrors removed will fit in a 40 foot shipping container. It’s dimensions are 8 feet wide 7’6” high. Length varies 24’10” with hitch cut off. 25’9” with hitch. The outer width of the front wheels is 7'4".
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After consideration I am raising cost of delivery by me to the greater of either $250 or $2.50 per mile one way. Hauling this heavy beasttakes more fuel than deliveringa light truck.