Hello A100 Enthusiasts,
We wanted to keep you up to date with some of the major changes we have made to the site over the past few months.
For Buyers: We have cleaned up all the old ad archives. Everything is still there for viewing but is now marked as No Longer Available to eliminate confusion. We have added a new Recent Listings area for those Buyers only seeking current stuff. This along with our Featured Ads section and our Social Media is the best place to see the most active stuff on the site.
Social Media: Like / follow us on Facebook or Twitter for daily notifications. Follow us on Instagram for featured listings and exclusive content. Check out our boards on Pinterest for a pictorial archive of our listings.
For Sellers: We have updated, streamlined and improved the Ad Submission process. Now it is much faster and is as simple as submitting your info and and a link if you already have another classifieds ad. If you don’t have another ad no problem, we have fixed the image upload issues of the past. Also based on seller input we are now offering additional promotion options. Check out our List a Dodge A100 page for more information.
New Listings: We also have many new reposts and Featured Listings for the month of March Find out all the details in the update summary below.
Number of New Ads: 13
Model Years: 1961 – 1970
Locations: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, New York, Washington, Wisconsin
Check out a few March Featured Seller submissions below. To see all recent ads, go to our Home Page.
It is with great regret but life changes. I am going to have to sell some projects. I have a 1969 A108 with a 318, automatic with 35,723 original miles. It was at a local […]
Well, they sure don’t make them like this anymore. Dodge introduced the A100 line of compact trucks and vans in 1964. These unibody utility vehicles were mostly configured as panel, cargo and passenger vans. The […]
We still have several more Featured Seller listings available including a 69′ Panel Van Project in Conneticut and an 1969 A110 Pickup in Southern California. Check out our Featured Section for those and more.