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1951 Dodge B-Series Truck 5-Window



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1951 Dodge

B-Series Truck 5-Window



Engine Size
218 Inline 6
3 Speed Manual
1,603 (Unknown)
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This 1951 Dodge B-Series pickup has a wonderful look of vintage distinction – right down to the correct motor. But as you dig deeper, you're also going to find some worthwhile upgrades – like the A/C interior – that makes this one sweet deal.

These trucks were known as Pilot House cabs because of how the tall five-window setup gave you a commanding view all around the truck. And what made them great for work back in the '50s adds plenty of distinction today. Then again, having a vintage Dodge pickup is already a rare treat compared to the other Big Three out there. But more than just rarity, you love how this B-3 represents its era. The glossy blue is distinct without looking out of place for a '50s machine. And it's detailed correctly, right down to the steel wheels with factory-style hubcaps. They even used matte black to make some of the upgrades subtle like the smooth grille and the rear step bumper with tow hitch. But one upgrade was made to be quite distinctive, because they knew you'd love showing it off. The real wood on the running boards, bed rails, and bed floor are all distinct against the exterior blue.

Just like the outside, the interior is a quality presentation that respects its roots while also delivering some nice upgrades. The brown vinyl on the bench seat has the classic old-school look and feel. It coordinates nicely with the door panels and headliner. Plus, you are instantly transformed back to the '50s the moment you grab the large three-spoke steering wheel. But you'll also spot some features that make this truck easier to live with in modern time. This includes auxiliary gauges to keep a better eye on the motor and an AM/FM/CD stereo mounted out of the way in the headliner. Plus, the R134a air conditioning is something they could have never even dreamed of when this B-3 truck was first working in the fields.

Underneath the cool butterfly hood is another great marvel, the 218 cubic-inch inline-six. This has a great period-correct presentation, right down to red block and single carb. Plus, this motor is the robust heart that helped these Dodges earn their Job-Rated status. And because they did upgrade this truck, the right upgraded components were added, too. That means a 12-volt electrical system and an alternator. Plus, the aluminum radiator and electric fan allow this '50s truck to accept the A/C upgrade with ease. These improvements don't detract from the old-style smooth rhythmic hum of the motor as you go down the road. And you're in complete control of this tempo thanks to Dodge's easy shifting Fluid Drive three-speed transmission.

The sale comes complete with maintenance records and service manuals. Mopar trucks are always the rarest of the bunch, and this one is a great mix of classic style with the best in comfort upgrades. So when something so unique is also so obtainable, you know you need to hurry and call today!

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  • Believed Original Engine
  • Seatbelts
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Player
  • AM/FM Radio
  • Service Manuals
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  • Maintenance Records
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Exterior Color
Interior Color
Brown and Tan
Rear End
10 Bolt
Front Brakes
Mechanical Drum
Rear Brakes
Mechanical Drum
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