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1955 Dodge 1/2T Pickup, C3B. Short/lowside box. $3500, Richland, WA. This pickup originally came with the flathead six, but has been replaced by others with a 318 Poly V8. The truck has not run for about 6-7 years -- just sitting, but should run with simple maintenance/startup procedures. It is a four speed on the floor. The body is in good shape. the only major body damage is the rear driver fender, and those are easy to replace/find (or this could be repaired). Floor is solid with surface rust. There is some rust on the bottom of the passenger door, but not too bad. All glass but passenger door is without cracks or any major delamination. The curved windshield appears in good shape. These lowside boxes are rather rare today (as are Dodge pickups of the 50s). I also have an option for you to buy a 1954 Chrysler 331 Hemi V8, which would be a real nice combo to go with this truck -- the engine turns freely and has the original carb with it which is in good shape. (truck comes with the 318 V8 regardless). Will not sell hemi engine separately. No trades. Price for truck and hemi is $5000.
I have a 1970 C10 Longbed Fleetside pickup truck that used to belong to my grandfather. I need to sell it because I need some cash and I am trying to determine how much it is worth. I have done some searches online and found prices from $8,000 to $50,000. This truck needs a lot of work so I know I am on the very low end but I do want to get as much as I can for it without being unrealistic in my expectations. I used to drive it once or twice a month but about 2 years ago I just parked it and I have not driven it since. It ran fine the last time I did drive it. It has a straight 6 engine with three speed shifter in the steering column. There is also significant rust in the body which would have to be repaired to get it into great shape. Everything on the truck is actually original equipment, including the drum brakes all around. (not sure if that is good or not). Considering the fact that I have not run it in almost 2 years, I am sure that the gas in the tank is bad and who knows how much work would be needed on the engine to get it in top running condition. Based on all of this, can someone give me a ballpark on what you think I should use as a staring point when setting an asking price? Thanks Frank
Hi All. I'm new to the forum, as well as collecting and restoring, so I appreciate the help. I'm looking to estimate the range in value for a 36 dodge pickup in good condition (not excellent), running, very straight, all original with the exception of the grill. It's being offered to me for $8K. If this isn't the right Thread, please point me in the right direction. Thanks for the help.