Slammed Sweptline: 1967 Dodge D100 Rat Rod – $12,500
Long before air ride “bagged” suspensions became the rage, old school hot rodders relied on Mustang II subframes for front suspensions while relying on arched leaf springs to drop the rear end. That’s what caught our eye when we came across this 1967 Dodge D100 Sweptline Rat Rod just listed yesterday here on Craigslist in Windsor Locks, Connecticut equipped with a Chevy power train and an asking price of $12,500.
Currently offered at $19,000 or best offer, researching the Collector Car Market Review Online Tool reveals the private seller has their D100 priced between this guide’s #1 “Excellent” estimate of $16,500 and its #2 “Very Good” appraisal of $9,800. Similarly, the Hagerty Insurance Online Valuation Tool as a second data point confirms this private seller has their Sweptline priced between the #4 “Fair” (Daily Driver) appraisal of $6,300 and the #3 “Good” estimate of $14,500. If you are serious about becoming the next caretaker of this Rat Rod, you can start the conversation by texting Charlie at (860) 989-8817. When you connect, please remember to mention you saw his truck featured here on GuysWithRides.com
Dodge’s second-generation D Series pickup truck was a mild redesign launched in the spring of 1965 with styling updates that lasted through 1967. The most distinctive change was the switch back to large-framed single round headlights. Other updates for mid-’65 included a wider tailgate as well as a six-inch wheelbase stretch on 8 ft bed models.
The Osborn Tramain YouTube Channel features this vintage 1967 Dodge D100 Adventurer pickup truck commercial:
While this Dodge D100 truck has the look, the “Mopar or No Car” crowd may be disappointed to learn this South Carolina sourced Rat Rod now features a small block Chevy 350 cubic inch mill mated to a TurboHydramatic 350 automatic. Good luck with the purchase!
Here’s the seller’s description:
“1967 Dodge D100 Rat Rod. Lowered witb Fat Man Fabrications Mustang II front end ECI 11inch disc brakes. Power rack and pinion steering. 350 Chevy turbo 350 with a Lokar Shifter. De-arched rear springs. Solid cab South Carolina farm truck. Have title and registered in CT text for photos“
Drive as is or convert back to Mopar power: what would you do with this Rat Rod? Comment below and let us know!