1975 Dodge W100 Adventurer 4x4 Power Wagon Pickup Survivor
Rust free garage kept former New Mexico truck. Factory two-tone blue paint light baby blue, and medium blue metallic.
360 V8, 4-speed manual trans, full time 4x4 transfer case, power disc brakes, aftermarket A/C, AM Radio, factory dual fuel tanks. (Auxiliary fuel tank was removed.)
Has the factory chrome trim package.
The original 360 V8 engine is rebuilt with about 5000 miles on it. The Odometer shows 11,016
The original 1/2 Ton 5 lug axles were changed out in 1978 to 3/4 Ton 8 Lug Dana 60 rear, and Dana 44 front axles and a 6" Pro Comp lift and shocks were added, Hydra-lock Parking Brake, 315/75/16 Pro Comp Xterrain Tires.
This truck was purchased from the original New Mexico owner in 2001. He bought the truck new in Arizona, it spent it's entire life in the dry desert area of New Mexico. The truck always had a Paw Paw aluminum camper shell on it since new.
There is no rust or evidence of any previous body repair or repaint. There are small scratches/ chips in paint from 45 years of light use. There are 6 small holes on the top of the bed where the camper was mounted. The inside of the bed is clean and straight. The interior is very clean, and original except for a tach added to the instrument cluster. The original rubber floor mat has some cracks. The engine has a Comp RV/ Towing cam, MSD ignition, Edelbrock Carburetor, Mopar Performance valve covers, Magnaflow headers/exhaust system.
Things that need repair; A/C quit blowing cold last Summer, it probably needs a new drier and expansion valve, fuel gauge sending unit needs to be replaced, left rear axle seal is seeping and needs a new seal.