1974 Dodge D-200 Camper Special 3/4 Ton Truck

Price: - Item location: Sunbury, Ohio, United States
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • SubModel: D-200 Camper Special
  • Type: Standard Cab Pickup
  • Trim: 3/4 Ton Camper Special
  • Year: 1974
  • Mileage: 53,860
  • VIN: D24BF45165677
  • Color: Orange
  • Engine size: V8, 6.0 Wedge (5.9 Bored 0.040) may need replaced
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Red
  • Options: CD Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1974 Dodge Other Pickups 3/4 Ton Camper Special

MOTOR 6.0 Wedge (5.9 bored 0.040), Pistons, Keith Black Hypereutectic Flattops #UEM-KB-040, Rods, peened and stress relieved. Perfect Circle Rings w/ Clevite 77 bearings.100% ARP bolts, Rotating assembly balanced. Melting Hi-Flow/ Hi-Volume oil pump. Coyes "True Roller" double timing chain. Comp. Cam, Magnum #20-232-4, 280/230-480 lift 110' lbo separation. Heads by Dover, J-model, 2.02/1.60. Intake Mopar single Hi-rise. Carb. Eldeblock 800 cfm.

Transmission "727 HD" by Tim Johnson, all B&M race pack/spec's Drives well around town with "kick in the seat" shifts at speed.

Rear: Factory Dana 60 w/4:10 gears

Features:Approx 468 HP 6.0 Wedge, backed by a built "727". Tach, Shift light (just for fun), FM/CD player, and GPS. Wheels: Revolver XD 20", Tires Nitto Terra Grappler All Terrain LT325/60-R20 TP12 8PR Set of 4 NITTO 20" Mud Grappler Extreme Terrain Tires bought 2 years ago for- $850.

History: Mrs. Evia Johnsonbought this truck on Aug. 10th. 1974 for $5,191.76 cash at Benson Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. in Greer, SC. I have theoriginalinvoice/receipt. Her son overheated thetruckin mid 1986andthe truck was parked for 20 years. The Grandson (my son-in-law) and Iretrievedit and started on the brakes. I gained sole ownership in March 2009 with the odometer reading 42,306 miles and brought it to where it is today. Bumper- front bumper is custom all-steel bumper, hard points are 1" thick stainless steel. I drove it down to Daytona Beach two years ago and around the Mid-state here in Ohio.
I have had it in a few car shows, it definitely gets looked at! It is not a top show winner, there are some small paint chips and minor flaking, and the interior seats need redone. Again, the engine may need rebuilt because it threw oil, not sure though. I just can't do it because of health.
Ibelieveit can be driven anywhere once the engine gets looked at, but it is sold "as is-where is" with no guarantees.