1971 Dodge 100 440 ci V8 Engine

1 hit ID #8113


The vast majority of these trucks are Chevrolets and Fords, which is as much a product of production numbers as it is popularity. So, if you're in the market for an older truck but don't like the idea of seeing 'your' truck every time you drive it, here's an excellent alternative. Our Dodge Sweptline Special is one of only 19,444 short wheelbase (114) models produced in 1971, practically guaranteeing exclusivity. Although mostly stock, the wide 255/70R15 tires on painted steel wheels are a clue that this isn't grandpa's old truck. Beneath the hood is a 440 ci V8 that's been fortified with a Holley carburetor, an Edelbrock Torker 440 aluminum intake manifold, HEI, and also handsomely dressed with Mopar Performance valve covers and air cleaner. Additional goodies include power steering, power brakes, the legendary and virtually bulletproof A-727 automatic transmission, AM/FM with 8-track(!), and a sliding rear window. This is a clean, straight, and unusual truck that's ready for work or play.


Make Dodge
Model 100
Year 1971
Mileage 87281
Engine 440 ci
Interior Color Black
Exterior Color Blue
Transmission Automatic
Body Type Pickup
Number of Cylinders 8
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) D14ab1s354350
Fuel Type Gasoline

$ 10000.00