When it comes to classic trucks, the
overwhelming majority tend to be either a
Chevrolet or a Ford… And that’s unfortunate.
The rarely-seen Dodge trucks from 1939-1947
are just as desirable and unique in their own
right. A barrel grille, stainless steel
brightwork, peaked fenders, bullet headlamps
and flowing bodywork are just a few of the
features that help this truck stand out. This
truck has undergone a complete frame-off
restoration with no detail left untouched.
The body work was very well done and the
paint has a high-gloss sheen.
This 1947 Dodge WD-20 pickup truck is
finished in gloss black over a tan/black
interior. It’s powered by a L-head flathead
inline-6 and mated to a 3-speed manual
transmission. The 15-inch steel wheels are
painted red, include bright trim rings and
hubcaps and they are wrapped in Firestone
wide white walls. The bed has razor straight
sides and a beautiful Horkey’s oak floor with
stainless steel strips.
The interior is painted black to match the
exterior and the factory bench seat has been
reupholstered in tan leather. Features
includes, a crank-out windshield, cowl vent,
armrests, heater, restored gauges, turn
signals and rubber flooring.
The 217 cubic inch flat six engine runs
incredibly smooth and quiet and the 3-speed
manual transmission shifts smoothly. An
electric fuel pump has been added, works well
and does not make noise.
If you have any questions or concerns about
this Dodge pickup, please feel free to sak.
Thanks for looking.
|Total Price Change:||-$1,000|
Excluding price changes of less than $100.