1968 Dodge Other Pickups
1968 Dodge long wheelbase, three on the tree, slant six, all original. Headlights (bright/dim) turn signals, brake lights, running lights, interior light, emergency lights/brake, heater and defroster all work well. Paint is a little thin as you can see. 62000 plus original miles, 50 pounds plus oil pressure, shifts very smoothly. Original windshield with no cracks or pecks but is beginning to oxidize on passenger side near the bottom. May use a third or less of a quart in between 2500 mile oil changes. All gauges work well, speedometer, alternator, temperature, however the fuel gauge stopped working only this May and it is not a fuse, must be sending unit, fuel tank behind seat. Brand new weatherstripping for windshield and back glass last year, new seat cover last year, no cracks in padded dash, Two patches of rust noted in bed and lower left corner of driver's door, no mechanical issues, fresh oil, oil filter and fuel filter change yesterday, does not run hot, loves 45 to 50 mph but will run 55-60 easily. Drive anywhere, has never let me down. Gets about 20 miles to the gallon. Has a radio that works but needs speaker and antenna is broken. I left the gas cap off coming home from the gas station yesterday and gas got all over the side as you can see but it's dried up now. Original jack under seat, spare tire underneath bed. Honest old truck, bid with confidence. Will accommodate with shipping or come drive home from Little Rock area, it'll make it. Shipping cost is buyers, $500 refundable within 5 days of auction. Funds must clear before truck is released, clean Arkansas title. Questions call Charlie 501-794-3910. There are no weird noises from the engine or any place else. The windshield wipers have two speeds, the heater has two speeds, and the defroster has two speeds. I took the spare off the truck so I could photograph the underside but it is back in it's rightful place now. There is a factory cut out in the ceiling with a felt liner from the factory to make it not sound like you're in a tin can. Thanks for the questions.