1977 Dodge Truck

Listing Number: 28394852 | Johnstown, PA US | Richland Township 0 Seller's Other Auctions

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$2,150.00

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Auction Details

Starting Bid: $400.00
Current Price: $2,150.00  
Buy Now Price $0.00
No Reserve   
Buyer's Fee: 9.00 %
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Bid History 38 Bids  
High Bidder S*************e
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Payment Details

Company check made out to "Richland Township" or cash

Item Description

Condition: Fair

Aluminum Cap Included!


WATER TANK NOT INCLUDED

-Added: 4/8/2020 11:00:29 AM

Additional information on this Auction

Will Item results be voted on Unsure
Will you ship this item No. Pickup only.
In person item inspection information Contact Office at 814-266-2922 prior. Inspections can be Monday through Friday from 7AM-3PM.
Pickup Location Details 155 Township Shed Road Johnstown PA 15904
Does it start Yes
Is it drivable off the lot Yes
Is it currently inspected Yes
Vehicle has a transferable title Yes
Miles 32652
VIN W24BE7S140660
Year 1977
Make Dodge
Model Truck

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Q:
"Gas or deisel? Stick or automatic? 4 wheel drive and does it work? Is it a 2500 or 3500? Do you have any interior pics or what does it look like? Is the undercarriage rusty? Would it pass a Pa. Inspection?"
- Asked by #27205518 03/25/2020 05:19 PM
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1. Gas 2. Automatic 3. Yes 4-wheel drive works 4. Class 03 listed on the registration 5. Posted interior pics 6. Under carriage is a little rusty 7. Just passed inspection (edited on 03/25/2020 05:49 PM)
-Answered on 03/25/2020 01:48 PM
Q:
"What size motor is it?"
- Asked by #27205518 03/26/2020 02:22 AM
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All we know is that it’s an 8 cylinder.
-Answered on 03/27/2020 08:03 AM
Q:
"For everyone interested, I decoded the VIN on this truck. It's a 3/4 ton Sportsman with a 318-1. 1 barrel carb. It's the lowest hp motor they offered. "
- Asked by #13982448 03/29/2020 05:16 AM
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Thank you!
-Answered on 03/30/2020 03:06 PM
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"More info: If seller had posted pic of the US Govt ID tag at mid-lower dash, all would know this is a ex-military 5/4T 4x4 M880 or M882 .. They are basically a 3/4T W200 but with a W300 Dana rear axle. They have 3/4T springs, but there's a pair of load-limiter blocks that hit the frame to allow loads in excess of 3/4-ton. Details I can see in pics which make this an M880-series is the oval blackout-light-switch cutout in dash, no dash radio cutout, pintle bumper, blackout drive lamp cutout in grille, blackout marker lamps on grille, and the presence of what is the right size/shape of the typical metal USGovt vehicle ID tag at lower center of dash panel ahead of transfer case shift lever. If this is not originally a military vehicle, somebody went through a lot of trouble installing many ex-military interior/exterior body parts and axle from a M880-series, which I doubt happened"
- Asked by #572610 04/01/2020 03:53 PM
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"More info: If seller had posted pic of the US Govt ID tag at mid-lower dash, all would know this is a ex-military 5/4T 4x4 M880 or M882 .. They are basically a 3/4T W200 but with a W300 Dana rear axle. They have 3/4T springs, but there's a pair of load-limiter blocks that hit the frame to allow loads in excess of 3/4-ton. Details I can see in pics which make this an M880-series is the oval blackout-light-switch cutout in dash, no dash radio cutout, pintle bumper, blackout drive lamp cutout in grille, blackout marker lamps on grille, and the presence of what is the right size/shape of the typical metal USGovt vehicle ID tag at lower center of dash panel ahead of transfer case shift lever. If this is not originally a military vehicle, somebody went through a lot of trouble installing many ex-military interior/exterior body parts and axle from a M880-series, which I doubt happened. BTW< the 318ci engines in the M880-series came with Carter 2bbl BBD carbs, not 1bbl. "
- Asked by #572610 04/01/2020 04:28 PM
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"More info: If seller had posted pic of the US Govt ID tag at mid-lower dash, all would know this is a ex-military 5/4T 4x4 M880 or M882 .. They are basically a 3/4T W200 but with a W300 Dana rear axle. They have 3/4T springs, but there's a pair of load-limiter blocks that hit the frame to allow loads in excess of 3/4-ton. Details I can see in pics which are on all M880-series is the oval blackout light switch cutout in dash, no dash radio cutout, pintle step bumper w/ weathertite 12-pin trailer receptacle, blackout drive lamp cutout in grille, blackout marker lamps on grille, and the presence of what is the right size/shape of the typical metal USGovt vehicle ID tag at lower center of dash panel ahead of transfer case shift lever. If this is not originally a military vehicle, somebody went through a whole lot of trouble installing many ex-military interior/exterior body parts and axle from an M880-series, which I doubt happened. BTW< the 318ci engines in the M880-series came with Carter 2bbl BBD carbs, not 1bbl. Many 1977 USAF W200's came with 225ci slant 6, online VIN-generated data is not always 100% correct "
- Asked by #572610 04/01/2020 04:43 PM
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"More info: If seller had posted pic of the US Govt ID tag at mid-lower dash, all would know this is most-likely an ex-military 5/4T 4x4 M880 or M882 .. They are basically a 3/4T W200 but with a W300 Dana rear axle. They have 3/4T springs, but there's a pair of load-limiter blocks that hit the frame to allow loads in excess of 3/4-ton. Details I can see in pics which are on all M880-series is the oval blackout light switch cutout in dash, no dash radio cutout, pintle step bumper w/12-pin trailer receptacle, blackout drive lamp cutout in grille, blackout marker lamps on grille, and the presence of what is the right size/shape of the typical metal USGovt vehicle ID tag at lower center of dash panel ahead of transfer case shift lever. I bet it even has, or did have, two heavy two hooks under the front bumper bolted to bottom of the frame. If this is not originally a military vehicle, somebody went through a whole lot of trouble and a weeks' worth of work installing many ex-military interior/exterior body parts and axle from an M880-series, which I doubt happened. BTW< the 318ci engines in the M880-series came with 2bbls carbs. Some had Carter BBD's, others a Holley. No M880-series came with a 1bbl, however many 1977 USAF D200/W200's came with 225ci slant 6. Online VIN-generated data is not always 100% correct. "
- Asked by #572610 04/01/2020 04:54 PM
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Item location This location is a general area based on the sellers zip code. It is not the specific address where the item is located.