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Bob40

1957 Dodge D100 truck.V8 automatic.original

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Located in Delano Minnesota.

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1957 DODGE D100

77594 MILES

315 V8

Push button automatic

Radio

Heater

Spotlight

7.5 foot wood bed (original wood still in great shape)

Items that were replaced or rebuilt:

Seatcover

Floormat

Master cylinder

Wheel cylinders

Radiator

Tailgate

Running driving truck. Have owned since 1995 and bought from the estate of the original owner. Truck originally came from Nebraska. I have put about 200 miles on it per year. Has been in a few parades.

A true survivor. On the firewall “push button” is written. On the inside of the hood a “8” is written. I believe these are original factory markings.

$9750.00

Contact Marty @612-720-2299

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Hello,

i was just wondering if by some weird chance you still had the 57?

Located in Delano Minnesota.

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1957 DODGE D100

77594 MILES

315 V8

Push button automatic

Radio

Heater

Spotlight

7.5 foot wood bed (original wood still in great shape)

Items that were replaced or rebuilt:

Seatcover

Floormat

Master cylinder

Wheel cylinders

Radiator

Tailgate

Running driving truck. Have owned since 1995 and bought from the estate of the original owner. Truck originally came from Nebraska. I have put about 200 miles on it per year. Has been in a few parades.

A true survivor. On the firewall “push button” is written. On the inside of the hood a “8” is written. I believe these are original factory markings.

$9750.00

Contact Marty @612-720-2299

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