1964 RestoMod Pickup Truck For Sale in Carlsbad, CA

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Last Updated: 11/14/18

Asking Price: $30,000 $25,000

1964 Dodge A100 Custom For Sale in Carlsbad, California

Key Features
  • Model Year: 1964
  • Body Style: Custom
  • Odometer: Not Listed
  • Engine: Slant Six
  • Transmission: Manual
Seller Details
  • Ad Source: Craigslist
  • Type: Private Owner
  • Contact: No Longer Available!
  • Phone: No Longer Available!
  • Email: No Longer Available!


More Information & Additional Pictures

This is a mild custom truck.

I went all in on the suspension. New engineered K-member, rack and pinion steering and custom rear sub-frame.

Front and Back Wilwood disc brakes. Front and rear air ride suspension with all combinations of lower and lifted heights.

Custom front crash bar. Linex rear bed with custom body contour design.

Slant (sounds like a V8) six engine. Engine bay shows very well.

Paint job is an older one but the faded patina goes well with this era of vehicle.

This is a unique truck that turns heads at all car show events. If you want to be different, this rig is for you. 30K firm. $25K


I do not need help selling this truck. Selling to fund a A100 van project.

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  1. I’m a couple of a100 pickups and I use one for a road service truck and the other one I like to redo it for kind of a toy I would like to know what suspension you use in the front to get rid of that straight axle thank you

  2. Please explain how you connected your rack and pinion steering to the steering box. Is your steering box still stock? Also who is your vendor for the front suspension cross member etc.

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