1968 Dodge Coe, 700, LCF, Cabover
- Condition: Used
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Other Pickups
- Year: 1968
- Mileage: 99,000
- Engine size: 413
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1968 Dodge Other Pickups
1968 Dodge Coe, 700, LCF, Cabover
Are you a mopar nut? Do you like having the biggest, baddest version of everything? Well, if you answered in the affirmative to the preceeding questions, you definitelywant to take a look at this unusual behemoth. This is definitely one clean truck. The way you see it is the way I bought it, with the exception of me buffing out the paint a little. I'm not a professional auto detailer, so it could stand to have a little more time spent on polishing. I picked this truck up from a farm on the Oklahoma/Kansas state line, it originally had agrain bed on it and had obviously spent most of its life inside a shed. The truck originally came with a 361 engine, but the previous owner wanted more power, and installed a 413. The engine runs strong and sounds good, carries good oil pressure etc. The transmission shifts through all gear just fine. The interior and glass are in very good condition. The seat could use a little attention, but this truck still has the original headliner in it! Keep in mind that although this truck was loved and cared for, it was a farm truck and is not perfect. It does have a few dings here and there, and there are some things that will require some attention, mainly from sitting. The master cylinder leaks and the brake booster isn't hooked up, it will stop, but definitely not on a dime. The speedo, oil pressure & water temp gauges all work, but the tach does not. This truck has a brand new battery and fuel pump, but the alternator isn't charging. The tires are in pretty good shape and have decent tread. I do have a clean, open, notarized title from Oklahoma. This truck shows a build date of 1968. The truck is titled as a 1972. All the numbers match - Vin #, make, model, etc. I am guessing some time elapsed between build date of truck, and mounting of box, and final sale of truck? Anyway, as I said all the numbers match and I listed this as a 1968 because of build date.
Also - please note the spot of rust on left fender. This is the only rust on the truck. This is where the battery is mounted and also by the latch, so I'm guessing one or both is what caused it. The rest of the truck is rock solid. You can also see a plastic jug sitting on the fuel tank in the pictures, It is there because the fuel tank needs cleaned and I'm using it for fuel. This truck would make an awesome old school wedge hauler, or a roll back. You most likely would be the only guy to show up at the strip with your car on the back of one of these! I have had several Dodge pickups of this vintage, and still have a 67 swept line, so I guess I have a soft spot for these, and I couldn't pass this up when I saw it for sale. Here are the overall dimensions of the truck - 26ft overall length, 17'8" wheel base, 94" wide at cab and rear tires, 98" tall including clearance lights. This truck has so many possibilities and so much potential, it just needs the right home. I do have 100% positive feedback and I do this for a hobby, so you can be confident bidding, and above all else, please contact me if you have any questions. My name is Cort and I can be reached at 620-786-5172. Thank you and good luck.