1967 Dodge A100

Price: US $8,000.00 Item location: Mitchells, Virginia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Other
  • SubModel: Custom sportsman
  • Type: Extended Passenger Van
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 24,460
  • VIN: 2087028305
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 318
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Cassette Player
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1967 Dodge Other Custom sportsman

1967 Dodge A100 Custom Sportsman Van

Engine: 318cu. 4bbl edelbrock 600carb on edelbrock intake. New valve cover gaskets.

Transmission: Smooth shifting 3 speed 727 with new lokar kickdown cable

Ignition: Electronic (aftermarket) new distributor, oil, nd module.

Gear ratio: 3.91 with new oil in rear end

Cooling system: Original radiator, ew water pump, ew thermostat, ll new hoses. Van runs cool in all driving conditions.

Braking: All new drums, hoes, heel cylinders, nd hardware. Master cylinder is also new. Van stops very well.

Wheels: 15x5.5 with fresh white paint and stainless steel beauty rings. Hubcaps are not original, think they are off of a dodge traveler. I only have 3 of the original hubcaps.

Tires: 4 new 205 75 15 (spare is used).

Interior: Seats are in fair condition. Carpet is clean and presentable. Overall very nice...needs headliner and panels for rear doors.

Exterior: Very nice as you can see in pictures.

Wiring: Original and unmolested.

Fluids: All fluids are fresh. 10W-40 with lucas oil additive. New rear axle seals. New seals and bearings on front axle.

I do have front and rear bumpers for this van. Hanlon plating in Richmond, A. gave me a price of $750.00 to straighten and chrome both. I also have original am radio, nd both sun visor brackets. I also have the original intake and 2 barrel Carter carb to be included. The fuel tank was cleaned and looks like new inside. The fuel pump is new and all fuel lines from tank to carb are new (rubber). The gauges are original and all work. The fuel gauge is fine and I'm sure the problem is the sending unit. I put a new sending unit in the tank but it's not uncommon to buy bad parts. I have tested everything and it all points to the sending unit.This is a very nice van. If you have questions call or text 1-540-308-1715. If you choose to call do so after 3:30pm EST. A deposit of $500.00 will be required within 48 hrs of auctions end via pay pal. Van is sold as is so please...ASK QUESTIONS! Getting this van home is the winning bidders responsibility...I will help if I can. If you have a question and don't want to call or text feel free to use ebay email...I will respond this way as well. The primer on the front doors cover the holes from the old mirrors...I like the west coast mirrors. I do have the original mirrors. The underside of this van is just as clean as the rest of it. NO major oil leaks! If you live in the area I encourage stopping by here and checking it out. You can rest assured when I say this van runs excellent. NOTE: the buy it now is not the reserve price. Bidding in this auction is the way to WIN this van. This is a relist. The winning bidder from the first auction never made the deposit.

On Nov-11-15 at 02:47:15 PST, eller added the following information:

I have received so many question about this van...this makes me very happy! I love old cars and trucks and I'm glad so many out there do as well. Now...back to the questions. The van does have new shocks (front and rear). I also replaced the pinion seal and all universal joints are new. All lights work! All horns blow as well. My wife bought me the general lee horn for Christmas...I put it on the van. This van is solid and I kept it as original as possible. I don't drive it everyday, ut when I do I just smile. It's like going back in time. It's 26 miles from home to work for me and I take the van about once a month...never in the rain. We cruise around town in it, ake it to the mountains to go hiking, t has never let us down. I love this van! Reason for sale...I want a late sixties power wagon. Thank all of you for the interest shown in this van and good luck. By the way, wouldn't be afraid to hop in this van and drive to California...and I mean this.

On Nov-11-15 at 06:55:45 PST, eller added the following information:

Had a few more questions come in, nswering for all to see. The paint on this van is fair, little faded in spots but still looks pretty good. I polished and waxed it last winter and it still beads water. I don't want to put the reserve out there for all to see but I will say it's very close right now. We need a little mystery in our lives people! The tires are almost new...maybe have 300 miles on them. The spare is a used tire but a good one. Also...when I acquired this van it had sat for 10 years. It was in a warehouse covered in dust and bird droppings. All the tires were flat and the gas tank full of old gas, o old it looked like tar. The point it me telling this is to make it clear that all the work done was pretty recent. I have only had this van 3 years. Again...thanks for the interest and good luck.

On Nov-12-15 at 01:46:51 PST, eller added the following information:

The exhauston this van is single exhaust with a thrush muffler. It does have a small leak around one of the muffler clamps. Yes...the leak is my fault! Exhaust work of any kind is my Achilles heel. None of the exhaust pipe is new but there are no holes, o problems. Also...someone had asked about the gutters on this van. The gutters are excellent, o issues. I think I have covered just about everything! Oh wait...the lines from the transmission to the radiator are new. The alternator and voltage regulator are new as well. The voltage regulator is external. Thanks again everybody.