Picked it up for $1200 bucks inspected and working good, took off the box and fixed lots of mild frame rot and replaced a box cross member and mount, patched the rockers pretty seriously, repaired/replaced all the cab mounts (The metal not the rubber :) replaced the passenger side leaf spring set and replaced the front brake pads and rotors. That all got me through an inspection and more recently I replaced the thermostat, serpentine belt and tensioner, all four shocks, rear brake shoes and hardware. She has lots of kms and I've put a lot of kms on her with not a single problem, only things that have needed replacing are what I listed which is all due to regular wear or abuse. She has the box off of a 4wd and the truck is a 2wd, 3.9 v6 is usually plenty of power but the four speed tranny really takes away a lot of what the engine could be. Incredibly happy I bought it, absolutely love everything about this truck and it suits my needs perfectly. Hope to acquire a 5-speed 4wd with the 3.9 in the future.
2000 Dodge Dakota (Black)
3.9 v6 with Homemade Cold air intake.
Custom cup holder to replace broken factory one, red dash under glow, Cb radio installed, hooked up factory light ring around ignition, all switches for aftermarket lights are installed in the floor center console.
Rockers and fender flares painted with black rocker guard up to body line, custom built headache rack/bed rails with bed lights and brake/taillights, additional bed light mounted at the back by the tailgate for lots of bed light at night, two sealed tractor style lights mounted under rear bumper for loads of reverse light, three lights in the tailgate for that dually look, cab/ clearance lights on roof, fender mounted Cb whip for dual antennas on the front, bumper mounted light bar on the front holding two 7 inch led bars and two 7 inch halogen lights, grill and both bumpers painted matte black, replaced factory mirrors with two f150 mirrors heavily modified to fit, fake dual exhaust tips which I plan to replace with true duals out the passenger side, mounted 7 pin trailer hook up in one of the license plate light holes for a factory look, all exposed wiring is in loom and most wiring is hidden from view, headache rack plugs in with a four prong trailer connector at the third brake light and a two prong connector at the box to run all the lights on the rack and to get power to the bed lights at the rear, also have a topper that plugs into these plugs to run a third brake light and dome light on the topper for camping.
Wheel and Tire
Factory five spoke aluminium wheels painted matte black, tires are four brand new General Grabber at2s in factory size