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1966 Dodge A-100

Make: Dodge
Model: Other
Type: Service Van
Trim: Service Van
Year: 1966
Mileage: 62,900
Color: Green
Engine: 225ci Slant 6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Squaw Valley, California, United States

1966 Dodge Other Service Van Additional Info:

RELISTING AFTER "issues" with humans from the internet.Please beSERIOUS! This is Still a very sweet 1966 Dodge A-100 service van with a rebuilt 225 Slant 6 with 3 on the tree. Clutch replaced at time of engine rebuild (6-7 years ago but van has been in storage and non-op for 5 years) Van paint work was completed by previous owner prior to storage as well as interior work. This little van is incredibly rust free. Truly impressive. Almost zero body work was done prior to paint. Several bumps and blemish areasdo show through but lengthy inspection has revealed the nicest undercarriage I've seen on one of these vans as far as rust is concerned. Two tiny bubbles and surface rust on the cargo floor plus two exterior bubbles (smaller than a half dime) are all that I've found beyond light surface rust anywhere.Engine starts immediately, runs well (zero smoke) and has good power..trans shifts smoothly, clutch feels strong. Brakes work but will need bleeding-adjustment and I would not recommend that you assume they are safe. Tires show great tread but are weather checked and will need replacement soon. Rims are highly desirable Ralley style as found often on Challengers and Fury's with chrome beauty rings and correct center caps also in good shape. Interior panels are tight nap gray carpet. No radio. There was originally a roof vent (common on service vans) that has since been patched (mediocre) as well as a few roof dents (in keeping with ladder racks and ladders). The "D" is missing from the Dodge badging on the back door. Lights, blinkers, wipers, windows, doors and gauges all work (oil light stays on due to cheap aftermarket gauges not being hooked up). Engine cover has three holes drilled in it to mount gauges through...cleanly done but not my idea of a good idea. Seats are Not original and are, in fact, Toro mower seats. Passenger seat mounting not sorted out (sitting there not mounted) Do not ask if this truck will drive you back to Texas or Florida or Chicago or Indiana or Colorado...I recommend a trailer since it's been stored for years!Please Feel free to ask any questions via email. Thank you for bidding. Again.