1974 Dodge D-200 Camper Special 3/4 Ton Truck,,,, Needs New Engine
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Sunbury, Ohio, United States
Features and Specifications
|SubModel:||D-200 Camper Special|
|Type:||Standard Cab Pickup|
|Trim:||3/4 Ton Camper Special|
|Engine:||V8, 6.0 Wedge (5.9 Bored 0.040) may need replaced|
1974 Dodge Other Pickups 3/4 Ton Camper Special
It Needs New Motor---
the motor that was in it------
MOTOR 6.0 Wedge (5.9 bored 0.040), Pistons, Keith Black Hypereutectic Flattops #UEM-KB-040, Rods, peened and stress relieved. Perfect Circle Rings w/ Clevite 77 bearings.100% ARP bolts, Rotating assembly balanced. Melting Hi-Flow/ Hi-Volume oil pump. Coyes "True Roller" double timing chain. Comp. Cam, Magnum #20-232-4, 280/230-480 lift 110' lbo separation. Heads by Dover, J-model, 2.02/1.60. Intake Mopar single Hi-rise. Carb. Eldeblock 800 cfm.
Transmission "727 HD" by Tim Johnson, all B&M race pack/spec's Drives well around town with "kick in the seat" shifts at speed.
Rear: Factory Dana 60 w/4:10 gears
Features:Approx 468 HP 6.0 Wedge, backed by a built "727". Tach, Shift light (just for fun), FM/CD player.
Wheels: Revolver XD 20", Tires Nitto Terra Grappler All Terrain LT325/60-R20 TP12 8PR Set of 4 NITTO 20" Mud Grappler Extreme Terrain Tires bought 2 years ago for- $850.
History: Mrs. Evia Johnsonbought this truck on Aug. 10th. 1974 for $5,191.76 cash at Benson Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. in Greer, SC. I have theoriginalinvoice/receipt. Her son overheated thetruckin mid 1986andthe truck was parked for 20 years. The Grandson (my son-in-law) and Iretrievedit and started on the brakes. I gained sole ownership in March 2009 with the odometer reading 42,306 miles and brought it to where it is today. Bumper- front bumper is custom all-steel bumper, hard points are 1" thick stainless steel. I drove it down to Daytona Beach two years ago and around the Mid-state here in Ohio.
I have had it in a few car shows, it definitely gets looked at! It is not a top show winner, there are some small paint chips and very minor flaking in a few spots, and the interior seats need redone. Again, the engine does need rebuilt because it threw oil and is knocking. I just can't do it because of health.
Ibelieveit can be driven anywhere once the engine gets looked at, but it is sold "as is-where is" with no guarantees.