1947 Dodge truck, survivor, barn find, not chevy truck, not ford truck,hotrod

Price: US $25,600.00 Item location: Annapolis, Maryland, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Dodge
  • Model: Other Pickups
  • Year: 1947
  • Mileage: 58,000
  • VIN: 83308266
  • Color: Black and Blue
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1947 Dodge Other Pickups

I am selling all my hot rod parts check out all my other auctions for cars and parts. This however is my dad 1947 All original Dodge pick up. My dad purchased this truck in 1994 in Maryland and the truck came from a dealership in Baltimore. After we got it we drove to were the dealership used to be and saw the old Dodge sign painted on the building. The truck is just like it came from the dealership that day. It is not missing a rear bumper it was ordered without one. The turn signals were added in the 60's to keep it street legal. The truck has been kept indoors its entire life. We have done nothing to it since we bought it in 94 except maintain, oints, rease, hange oil ect. We did last year replace all the brake lines, hoes and overhauled master cylinder. My dad does not feel comfortable driving it anymore because of his age. I got everything in great running order last year to sell but got to busy. However I do not have time to drive it either and we feel as a family it is time for her to find a new home. We were told the truck has been painted once. Paint is in great shape but there is wear here and there. No real patina in the paint. It is solid and looks like it was just done. It just has some scratches and nicks. The fenders are black and body is blue. The truck drives and shifts fantastic. I love the truck and want to keep it,but I have 3 hotrods to drive not to mention 4 work trucks to maintain. The front windshield rolls out and let in a nice breeze. Everything works except the speedo. Now I know it did work 5 years ago and I estimate that maybe 300 miles have been put on it since then. The bottom is as it looks and has almost 0 rust other than exhaust pipe. It needs nothing and is in my mind restored. The current trend in the collector market is to keep car as close to original as possible and this is the best of the best. Everything is original. The interior in great shape and she is ready for car shows and drives on the weekend. You can ask me any question you may have. This year dodge is very hard to find because 90 percent went off to world war II and never came back. It's rare to see a civilian version this correct, his original and mechanicaly sound. Fee free to look at it before you buy!!!