1946 Dodge Truck Body Drop w/345 Hemi Rolling Hot Rat Rod
Price: US $4,050.00 Item location: Clovis, California, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Dodge
- Model: Other Pickups
- Trim: Pickup
- Year: 1946
- Mileage: 1
- VIN: 86504029
- Engine size: 345 Desoto Hemi
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Drive type: Auto
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1946 Dodge Other Pickups1946 Dodge Pickup
Unfinished ProjectShe is not running or driving, ust a roller.
Many many hours of metal fabrication have been done already.-Body drop 6 inches-Firewall smoothed(all new)-Floor and Trans tunnel complete-Frame rail master and brake installed-Door window holes filled(no side windows)-Gaugepanel filled ready for newgauges-New metal bead rolled door panels-Quick release Flaming River steeringcolumn-Grille shaved and reworked-Original headlight buckets mounted on new shock towers-Bed dropped-New bed floor-Tailgate shorten-Bed sides reworked
-Frame smoothed and boxed-Frame horns rounded-Flaming River reverse Corvair steering box-Dodge straight axle set up for air ride-Toyota 4x4 rear end w/4:10 gears and posi-Rear two link and panhard bar set on air bags
-Rear rims are Rally America 15x14 smooth 6 lug-Front rims are Rally America 15x8 5 on 5.5-All four rims are powder coated black
The truck was originally a flat bed ranch rig that I found in a neighbors barn. There was no body rot at all. Doors and bed corners are great.
The motor I found at a body shop by pure luck. It was in a old Jag as some sort of weird conversion. The 1957 Desoto 345 spins free and is hooked to the original air cooled trans. It is the type ofbell-housingthat will accept an advanced adapter to a 350.
I have a few pictures of the truck when I got it. I have a CA title but no physical piece of paper because they wanted a weight certificate to finish. I have the bill of sale from when I bought it and will have one from me to the new buyer, lus all the the DMV papers I have.I have the data plate from the firewall and even the original key still. Also the front pop out window frame with brackets and the rear window frame.
Why am I selling a truck that I put so much work in to? I had heart surgery and it aint cheap. Any other questions please ask.