1982 Dodge Ram D 150 Adventurer Prospector short wide bed. 82900 actual miles. 318 4bbl, lock up 904 automatic trans, 294 rear gears, power steering, power disc brakes, working a/c, AM/FM stereo, cruise control. New 15x6 and 15x8 Cragar S/S wheels with Mickey Thompson 275/60 & 225/70 tires. This is an exceptionally clean truck that has been garage kept its entire life, and had a shell on the bed. Was an 'urban' truck used mainly for transportation and not as a tool. About the most it ever hauled was a set of golf clubs. Used just enough by the original owner to keep it in excellent operating condition, but not so much that it has a boatload of miles. Drives like a new truck, without squeaks and rattles or wind noise. There is virtually no signs of wear on the interior and all the plastic inside is in perfect condition. Completely stock and un-altered with the exception of the main catalytic converter being removed. Jack, tire tools and spare intact and in usable condition. Still has all the option and identification tags, underhood sound deadner pad and wiring in perfect condition. Original paint and chrome, absolutely NO RUST whatsoever. Just plain was not driven in salt or snow ever. Does not smoke or leak oil, no drips where it sits. All the smog and emission systems in place and working.
This is my 'shop truck' that is used for running local errands as well as road trips. With working a/c, cruise and stereo its a pleasure to drive in town as well as the highway. No wind noise around the doors or whistling from the windows, no leaking seals around the glass, no rattling doors or dash. All the panel gaps are nice and the bumpers are straight. Glass and lenses are crack and chip free. No busted grille or missing parts. Can be driven anywhere, any time. You wont need to start throwing money at it for a very long time, other than fuel to make it run. The original wheels are available and in excellent condition. You will not find an original truck this nice anywhere that has not been reconditioned, for this price.
If you want the original wheels rather than the Cragars, deduct $500, but it will need tires (the whitewall tires look new but are 20 years old).