1974 Dodge D200 Adventurer 3/4 ton 2wd. has a 360 with 727a torqueflite. odometer's from a different truck but it has around 120 to 140,000 original miles. dual exhaust with flowmaster super 40's and a 9'x7' flatbed with a 2" wood floor and steel frame painted with herculiner. Floors are mostly sheeted with aluminum to prevent rust. Does not have any carpet. The cab and front clip are dent free and hardly have any rust except a couple of small patches of surface rust. Motor runs great just needs a small tune up. Plugs wires cap and rotor fuel pump and filter and a new air filter oil change and carb rebuild about 550 to 600 miles ago on it but it has been parked since last summer. Also put a new alternator on it about a year ago.
This truck has a broken torque converter which is why its been parked for several months. Missing some interior pieces like carpet and the panels in the ext cab area still have the jumper seats somewhere. the stock fuel gauge doesnt work. I mounted an autometer gauge to the steering column. definitely needs an alignment and maybe some ball joints not sure, has newer shocks up front. Needs a new torque converter, the truck will start and run. This truck was an awesome truck. i've hauled many measured cords of wood on the back with ease.