Year Make Model: 1940 Dodge Pickup
Engine: 383 Stroker
Transmission: Turbo 350
Mileage: 11110 ( since rebuilt )
Body Style: Truck
Exterior Color: Yellow
Interior Color: Brown
The year is 1940, only seven years after the end of prohibition, this cool yellow dodge pickup rolls in to showrooms for sale. Now fresh off another car show win “Hank” the Hillbilly Express is looking for a new home. Now with only 11,000 miles on her since the built, which includes: aftermarket square tube frame, 3-link coilover suspension, front disc brakes, Ford 8.8 rear end with 3.73 gears, and Trak-Lok posi traction, full roller 383 V8 pushing out over 500 HP, fed by a Holley 770CFM carb, and backed by a TH350 automatic transmission with a Hurst ratchet shifter, line lock, rolls bar, custom leather interior with ostrich inserts, 5-point race harness, all finished with a beautiful yellow paint job. Hop inside this cool Hot Rod and let all those horses loose as you ride down the road in style.
Another major restyle arrived for the 25th-anniversary 1939 models, which Dodge dubbed the Luxury Liner series. These were once again completely redesigned, with new bodies for 1940, again in 1941, and a refreshing for 1942. However, just after the 1942 models were introduced, Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor forced the shutdown of Dodge's passenger car assembly lines in favor of war production in February 1942. 1941 saw the introduction of Fluid Drive for Dodge cars, which eliminated stalling or bucking if the clutch were released too quickly. This feature put a fluid coupling in between the engine and the clutch, although the driver still had to shift gears manually.
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