This D200 Long bed Power Wagon has been in AZ pretty much its whole life.
Most of the paint (if not all maybe) looks to be all original I think. Factory V8 360 truck with auto and PS and AC. Starts and runs off a gas can under the hood for now and E fuel pump. Ive moved it a few times around our yard, but pretty sure the carb at the very least needs a new accelerator pump and it would drive better. If I get time Ill put one in it this week. Motor sounds good, no smoke and trans shifts fine. It has been parked for about 30 yrs, true story Body has little to no rust or rot. Interior is AZ heat beat, but restorable of course. Its a big project for sure depending on what you want to do with it. Rust repair would be your LEAST WORRY
DRIVETRAIN: under the hood, factory 360 2v motor matted to a auto trans. All the 4×4 stuff looks to be intact. Motor sounds good when running and its very complete and original under the hood. Started and moved it on a small fuel source under the hood. Carb for sure needs a acc pump and probably a rebuild. Not sure if anything is in the Dual HUGE factory gas tanks.
INTERIOR: Being parked with the windows up for 25+ yrs its heat beat and crusty. Last owner had shag carpet and foam padding on the floors, a 70s thing. Because of that the pass side got a little rust from the inside but the dr side not so much. Doors and cab corners etc are great. Bed is in decent shape too. All the glass looks to be good too.
EXTERIOR: you are seeing what is some very solid rot free body with some dents from being a ranch truck. Mostly complete and original out here too. The tailgate is missing. Nice rockers as is rest of the lower areas of the truck. Hood has alot of surfact rust/patina. Ft grill has some bends too.
SUSPENSION: the suspension looks pretty much like the way it came from the factory and complete. Ride height looks to have never been altered. Its rolling around on some 16.5 steel wheels and old old roller tires. Rock solid and built like a tank. 8 lug 3/4 ton axles etc underneath. Also the lack of rust and rot, taking this thing apart would be a cinch :)
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Originally listed on March 14, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.
Seller's other items: svx007
Location: Tucson, Arizona, United States