I'm selling my 1972 Dodge Tradesman B-100 Van... This one was born and raised in southern California is powered from the factory with the 318 cubic inch engine and came equipped with a three speed manual transmission and a column mounted shifter (3 on the tree) and a 2 barrel Carter carburetor... It has power steering and power disk brakes...
I've owned this van for almost ten years and it has always been a very reliable van and has given me many miles of trouble free service until last month when I discovered that coolant was leaking into the oil... I assume that it may have a blown head gasket, but I haven't done any further diagnosis and do not know the exact cause of this malady... The van still starts, runs, shifts, drives and stops as designed but is now leaking coolant into the oil...
Over the years I've added several upgrades to improve performance and reliability including a three core aluminum radiator and fiberglass flex fan... Replaced the stock points style distributer with a MOPAR performance electronic ignition distributer, dual exhaust, air shocks and locking gas cap... The interior enhancements include insulation, paneling, bed and carpeting... I also installed a tachometer, digital coolant temperature gauge, blue tooth stereo with am/fm/cd/dvd player with seven inch screen and four speakers... I also replaced the stock steering wheel with a custom three spoke 15 wheel and the horn to a trumpet style air horn...
The body is very straight with a few whiskey dents throughout with the worse being on the front right fender and drivers side door... This one can from the factory with orange paint but at some point was repainted red... The glass is all good and the windows roll up and down as designed... The only bodywork that has ever been done was a rust repair above the windshield on the passenger side... Over the years the Tinworm ate through the body on the right side rear quarter panel and left side on the bottom of the wheel well...
With the upgraded electronic ignition this van always fired right up, had plenty of power and would happily cruise all day long at 70 miles per hour or creep along climbing mountain roads that lead to my favorite camping spots averaging around 20 miles per gallon... Included with this sale is a heavy duty custom made motorcycle rack that bolts directly to the frame. . This was custom made to transport my Suzuki 400 dual sport... Also included is the stock steering wheel, a complete replacement PC board for the dash and repair manual...
The gauges seem to have a mind of their own and have all malfunctioned over the years, so I always wrote down my mileage and tried to fill up every two hundred miles with premium fuel... The tires will need to be replaced... It is currently registered until October... I'm sure that my low starting bid with no reserve will insure your satisfaction... Bid with confidence because you wont find a better deal on a solid SoCal van in this condition... The wining bidder will be responsible for shipping but I can assist with loading... If you like what you see, save me as your seller because I'm going to be listing several more vehicles in the near future... Please feel free to call Chip at (951) 551-7956 with any questions or concerns...

Used Year: 1972
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): B11AE2U589781 Mileage: 85520
Number of Cylinders: 8 Make: Dodge
Transmission: Manual Model: B100 Van
Body Type: Van Engine: 318
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty Drive Type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Red For Sale By: Private Seller

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