1 of a Kind, Frame-Off Restored Pickup with Very Low Mileage Since Restoration!

1946 Dodge Pickup Street Rod

VIN 4112260424

This beautiful '46 Dodge Restomod Truck was purchased out of Pennsylvania. The previous owner purchased the truck as a rust free Oklahoma survivor and did the restoration in his shop. The truck has only 400 miles since being built!


350ci Chevy Engine

Turbo 350 Auto Trans

GM 10 Bolt Open Rear End with 3.20:1 Gear Ratio

Endurashine Intake

Polished Edelbrock Carb

Jet Coated Headman Hedders

Chrome Tail Pipes

Mufflers are in Great Shape

Power Front Disc Brakes

Power Steering

Chrome Valve Covers

Steel Braided Hoses

HEI Distributor

Chrome Alternator

Chrome Water Pump

Aluminum Radiator

Trans Cooler Mounted Underneath

High Torque Starter

Holley Fuel Pump

New Ball Joints Top and Bottom

Bushings are in Great Shape

GM Front Suspension

Front Sway Bar

Newer Shocks Up Front

Gas Tank has been Moved to the Back


Beautiful Burnt Orange Metallic Paint

Steel Body, Steel Hood

Front and Rear Fenders are Fiberglass

Chrome Bumperettes

Cowl Vent

Shaved Door Handles

Electric Door Poppers

Doors Fit and Operate Properly

Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid

Bed is Straight

Custom Cover for Bed

Beautiful Custom Tailgate

1987 Chevy S10 Frame

Frame and Underside of Bed are Nicely Painted

Wood Bed

Steel Floors of Cab are Painted

Lowering Blocks

American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels

Goodyear Tires - 205/60/15 Front, 275/60/17 Rear


Custom Interior

Bucket Seats

Grant Steering Wheel

Tilt Steering Column

B&M Floor Shifter

AutoMeter Gauges

Aftermarket Stereo with Remote

Center Console/Cup Holders

Matching Custom Door Panels

Beautiful Paint on the Dash

Custom Headlines

Billet Pedals


Beautiful Tan Carpet

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History of the 1946 Dodge Pickup

Chrysler was prolific in its production of war material from 1942 to 1945, and Dodge in particular was well known to both average citizens and thankful soldiers for their tough military-spec truck models and ambulances like the WC54. Starting with the hastily converted VC series and evolving into the celebrated WC series, Dodge built a strong reputation for itself that readily carried over into civilian models after the war.

Civilian production at Dodge was restarted by late 1945, in time for the 1946 model year. The "seller's market" of the early postwar years, brought on by the lack of any new cars throughout the war, meant that every automaker found it easy to sell vehicles regardless of any drawbacks they might have. Like almost every other automaker, Dodge sold lightly facelifted revisions of its 1942 design through the 1948 season. As before, these were a single series of six-cylinder models with two trim levels (basic Deluxe or plusher Custom).


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350 V8
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Pickup Truck
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