1967 Dodge D100 Pickup – DEAL of the DAY

1967 Dodge D100 Pickup

A 1967 Dodge D100 Pickup truck stands for reliability. Magazine advertisements always promoted the theory back in the day. This excellent example of a D100 pickup underlines the theory as a DEAL of the DAY on the Cars-On-Line.com website this coming week. When is the last time you saw one of these rugged Dodge relics? (Click here to see more photos and history.)

“You can buy this affordable 1967 Dodge D100 to use as a turnkey honest classic cruising pickup,” says Streetside Classics. They have this one available for sale at their showroom in Phoenix, Arizona. “But since these are always a rare sight in the classic scene, it’s also the perfect candidate for any build – from a factory original to a Mopar hot rod. You’re looking at pickup that will continue to have value and attract attention in the vintage truck community. After all, Dodge always produced less than Ford and Chevy. But more than just rarity, it has a style all its own. The tan paint was recently resprayed to give it a higher gloss finish. Plus, the off-white elements on the roof, wheels, grille, bumpers, etc., add the kind of charm that you could lovingly call this one Peaches and Cream. But don’t take that name to meant it’s soft.” They say it has a matching numbers 225 ci Slant 6 cylinder engine, original Certicard and manuals. 

You can see this 1967 Dodge D100 Pickup truck in person, or sit back from the comfort of your own home and watch the video here. The price is just $14,995, making it one of next week’s DEAL of the DAY cars featured on the homepage of Cars-On-Line.com.

The DEAL of the DAY preview gives you first shot at all the cars highlighted in the DEAL of the DAY feature on the Cars-On-Line home page. Often these cars sell in the newsletter before they even make it to the front page of our site. You’ll always see them here first, though.

To review all of this week’s upcoming DEALs of the DAY follow this link to preview them in the COL newsletter. 

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