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HomePick of the DayPick of the Day: ’67 Dodge D100 pickup has been redone

Pick of the Day: ’67 Dodge D100 pickup has been redone

Slant-6 replaced with Mopar 440 V8 makes this truck a vehicle for go as well as for show

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The Pick of the Day is a 1967 Dodge D100 Sweptline pickup truck that has been redone inside and out and is being advertised on ClassicCars.com by a dealership in Atlanta, Georgia.

The truck rolled out of Dodge’s Warren, Michigan, assembly plant with a 225cid slant-6 engine and Torqueflite 727 automatic transmission. 

1967 Dodge D100, Pick of the Day: ’67 Dodge D100 pickup has been redone, ClassicCars.com Journal
1967 Dodge D100, Pick of the Day: ’67 Dodge D100 pickup has been redone, ClassicCars.com Journal

That engine was replaced with a Mopar 440 V8 that recently was serviced with its heads machined and rebuilt, and equipped as well with a new timing chain, distributor and Edelbrock carburetor, plus a new starter, alternator and spark plugs.

In addition, the transmission got a new torque converter.

“The 440 sounds magnificent on startup,” the dealer reports, adding that the truck recently traveled from Jacksonville, Florida, to Atlanta. “It idles, accelerates, and shifts smoothly, and stops well considering it has four-wheel manual drum brakes.”

The truck is finished in two-tone Omaha orange and black and rides on 5-lug Mustang wheels.

“The body and glass show well with no major dings or cracks (although there is patina throughout),” the dealer reports. “Most remarkable is the condition of the bed which is straight and dent-free.”

1967 Dodge D100, Pick of the Day: ’67 Dodge D100 pickup has been redone, ClassicCars.com Journal

“Dodge enthusiasts will recognize the ‘Fratzog’ badges on the sides of the cab and the steering wheel,” the dealer adds. “This little-known badge is emblematic of Dodges of this era, and it’s nice to see that this truck hasn’t lost them over the years.”

The truck has “newer” bucket seats while retaining the original headliner and hardwood dash pad. Additional upgrades to the interior include a Pioneer radio with remote, a center console, tachometer, coolant temp, oil pressure, and voltage gauges, an aftermarket horn, and a custom gear shift and door lock pins.

“Clearly, this truck has been loved over the years,” the dealer notes. “If you’ve been looking for a streetable hotrod pickup, this one is surely worth your consideration.”

The vehicle is offered for $12,900. To view this listing on ClassicCars.com, see Pick of the Day.

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Larry Edsall
A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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