1967 Dodge D100 318 V8 from North America


The future is bright


This truck is so cool. It's the only one I have ever seen on the road. A one of a kind hotrod.

The clutch slips, the rear differential leaks, brakes are bad, hood spring is sprung, points are bad, and there's rust in the tank.

A dented left front corner panel, and the third coat of paint is peeling off.

Other than that, she's cherry.

General Comments:

OK, so it's an old truck with nice wheels, but I love it and someday I will have it looking and running like an American hotrod should. One of a kind.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 5th March, 2008

5th Mar 2008, 12:41


23rd Jun 2008, 18:16

These are pretty cool trucks, the old Dodge's. I saw many, many of them still in service in Bolivia after 30 years of work! This is actually the truck that first impressed me about Dodge trucks. When I was younger, I saw a guy with a '66 Dodge pickup, mounted on 2 1/2 ton Dodge military axles, climb the side of a gravel pit, with small trees hanging off the frame the whole way, and he only had a 318 in it! This was after he'd driven through a swamp with mud up to the door handles, knocking down tamarack trees the whole way. These things are tanks!

1967 Dodge D100 225 slant six from North America


The only pickup I will ever drive is a Dodge


Replaced clutch and break master cylinder.

Replaced clutch and throughout bearing.

Replaced starter.

Replaced alternator twice.

Engine was freshly rebuilt when I bought it at 200,000 miles.

Replaced clutch slave cylinder.

General Comments:

This truck will pull nearly anything.

It has a 3 speed manual tranny, so when your on the highway the engine is wrapped up high.

It handles like a tank and starts with ease when it's -10 outside.

It's noisy on the highway and having no ac it is a sweat box in the heat.

If you want something reliable then get something with a 225 slant 6.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 1st October, 2007

31st May 2010, 20:52

I also have a 1967 Dodge 100 with a 225, and when my 94 Dodge broke down in the middle of a Kansas snow storm (-14 actual temp), went for the old truck that had been sitting for 4 months and she fired right up on the 2nd try, and drove through about 15" of snow to pull the Ram home. Love this truck!

1967 Dodge D100 225 slant 6 from North America


An amazingly reliable work horse!


Nothing ever broke!!!

General Comments:

Bought this old truck for $900 in 1980. Needed money in 1985 and sold it to a friend of mine 5 years later for $995. Paul had it until about 1995 and sold it for $995. It had over 350,000 miles on it and was burning a little oil. Paul had replaced the alternator about 1990 and the brake shoes in 1988. The guy Paul sold it to did a ring and valve job and still drives it. I'll buy it from him if he ever decides to sell it.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 27th September, 2004

1967 Dodge D100 318 from North America


Better than most Chevy and Ford of same vintage


Body is a bit rusty. Doors fit poorly. Engine required overhaul. Brakes needed work. What do you expect from a 30 plus year old truck?

General Comments:

Once the repairs were completed, the truck runs fine. Starts in all weather, very good on snowy roads at a reasonable speed. Heater is not enough for the still leaky cab, I have more work to do... The "close ratio" 4 speed is interesting. Shifts perfectly, but the "granny low" is not quite what you would expect. Low enough to pull, but not the creeper gear I was expecting. 3rd gear is higher than a normal 4 speed as well, 60 mph can be maintained up any hill.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 30th December, 2002