The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by superduper88, May 1, 2009.
you guys know I had to chime in right?
wondered where yah were ?
Hey, Slick, did you ever get that Swepty sold off?
I absolutly love these trucks. Picked this one up a year or so ago lower'd it, wheel and tire'd it and drive the shit out of it. Gary
No Pat I still have it...
Nice! Looks just right!
This my 63 D200 ,6cyl,2bbl, 4 speed w/granny 4:10 rear Runs great .
Would be a great farm truck,has rust.It is what it is
How did you lower your truck? Looks awesome
Matt heres a link to a thread I had on here awhile back. I think on about the 2nd page there's some pic's and explanation of how it was lower'd. Gary
Awesome. I just sold my 71 D200 crew yesterday and I'm hopefully picking up a 68 D100 long bed tomorrow
Formerly my brother's Power Wagon. He sold it eight or ten years ago, still see it around town.
Heres my '69 Crew PW.. Love the room inside these things...
Trying ta figure if I'm going to keep her or not... way too many trucks.. never thought I would say that !.... Ha
You guys are killing me! I love these old work horses. I would love to one day have an old 4 door.
I just sold my 71 D200 crew. I went and looked at a 68 D100 yesterday but it was a no go. The D200 was picked up today and I'm already having sellers regret
Bump from a new guy with a new ride.
Love this one. Crossram and all!
My newest HAMB-friendly addition to the family! 1964 D100 SWB Swepty, 225 3-speed on the tree, heater, gauges, 3.91 gears, and that's it!
i had a 69 long bed slant6 3 speed the body was just about rusted off the frame but that good ole truck was dependable i wouldnt hesitate going anywhere anytime in it id love to find another with a better body of course
cool old not often seen trucks
Are you going to keep it ?
Right now, that is the intention. It might go next week, too, who knows! The 440 I have on the stand is just begging to go in it, though. The truck is way too straight and complete not to do something constructive with. The four-eye look is definitely growing on me...
Looking much better than my Dad's...
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Very cool trucks, even if not Strictly HAMB material...
I love 'em. I learned to drive in my grandpa's '65 when I was about 8 or 9 when we bailed hay out in the fields. I couldn't lift a bail yet so driving was my job while my dad and uncles did the hard work. Of course, I got screamed at regularly if I went to fast or jerked the load around when hitting dips. I need to get one of these.
I'm not sure what year this one was, but here's my sister, grandpa and me with another of his trucks in the background:
I am looking for one too if you see another
This one belongs to my friend Chopper. HRP
Patrick, does the slant six still run? If it does and you decide to violate that sweetie with a 440, give me a shout- I've got a '63 swb utiline that was my first vehicle. It had a 383 transplant when I was a stupid kid and hasn't been on the road in 15 years. Thanks to you guys, I'm now getting the urge to make it roadworthy again, but I'd like to go back with the Leaning Tower of Power. If a 16 year old kid couldn't kill it, maybe the old man that stares back at me in the mirror won't be able too .
Will do. I'm gonna wrench on it this week to see if it'll start and run.
Wow, cool custom grill! looks like it's mostly in one piece, just got parked a little early...
Both of mine are in fact '64s. As qualified as any other 64 Dodge pickup.
It's in one peice as is the bumper. It's for sale.
As this post started a year ago 5-1-09. Thought I would continue it this year to the date.
Here is 64 shorty /6 ,my latest as of 5-1-10. Not sure what to do with it.
Restore , hot rod ,stuff like that.
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