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1967 Dodge D-500 2-ton AGSCO Delivery Truck 14 ft. Steel Dump Box

This truck has a good steel box with hoist that lifts, the nice box and hoist is worth our asking price. Sorry, no pressure washer where it is stored, so we did not get a chance to wash it for these pictures. A video of it running is following the slide show. View slide show, video, and other information following. Price:  $1,500.00  for box and hoist, and we will include the truck for no extra charge - Buyer responsible for shipping. Contact Us for more information or for an appointment to view.  
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This is a 1967 Dodge D-500, 2 ton, Heavy Duty 318-2 V-8 engine (cylinders were a little bigger in the Heavy Duty model), Eaton Model 13802. Mileage meter reads 8,429 miles, so guessing that’s on second round. On both the doors it says this truck weighs about 9,400 pounds and rated at 26,000 gross weight when loaded. This truck has a 14 ft. steel grain box that is in good condition and there is a tow hitch on the back, our asking price is not bad when you consider the price of buying a new box and hoist now days, and this box and hoist could be moved to another truck body and repainted to compliment. Tires are fair to good condition. This truck was in use up until about 7-8 years ago when my Dad had some shingling done on the lower level of his house and a little later hauled out his garbage pile to the pit. After that it sat most of the time. As you can see in the pictures, this truck is a fix-it upper. A battery was put in the fall 2012 and anti-freeze was added to take ND winter weather. However my handyman nephew did a little work on it the fall of 2013. He put in a new carb kit, new fuel pump, and new spark plugs. However, that is as far as the budget went for fixes, and it has been in a storage building since. Headlamps work. Nice size truck for hobby farm, horse farm, farmstead, or just for those little jobs that need to be done and a truck with a dump box would be nice to have around. This video will show truck running and hoist working.
Mouse over to pause slide show. Click dots to go back to a picture.
There may or may not be other issues, but the following are the ones we are aware of: It needs to be hauled, or towed (if not too far) to its new home, as the brakes do not work, We can hear a leak in the manifold, listen to the video for that, plan on updating the exhaust system. You can see in the video that the hoist lifts and this Dodge is drivable both forward and reverse. The two saddle tanks are not hooked up and may leak we did not put gas in to test them, the cab gas tank is in use and the only tank hooked up to the fuel pump at present. The cab seat needs new pad and cover. Truck can also use a good pressure wash, none available where it is stored, otherwise we would of washed it. Some lights work, some need replacement. Obviously, it needs restore work if one wants to bring it back to its full glory, usefulness, and make it road worthy. Could make an interesting winter project. Measurements: The truck is about 23’ 4” long, with about a 128” wheel base (center of front hub to center of rear hub). Height from ground to top of box is about 7’ 6”. The 14’ box is about 7’ 10” wide, and there is a rebar foot rail that makes the total box width about 8’ 2”. Please look at pictures to see condition. What makes this truck rare and collectible, is it still has the AGSCO green and yellow paint on it. When these trucks were sold, most new owners repainted them, so they are hard to find with the AGSCO paint still on them. AGSCO was a very popular agricultural product company in the Midwest part of United States during the 50’s through 80’s. They are still in business today, based out of Grand Forks, ND, but under a different name. They sold seed, farm chemicals like DB-Green, fertilizer, and farm buildings. You can search eBay current or completed auctions for “AGSCO”, to see some AGSCO memorabilia. Sometimes we have even seen the decals that were used on this truck. Contact Us for more information or for an appointment to view. Back to For Sale Page
  • 1967 Dodge Truck AGSCO 3/4 View from front
  • Driver side
  • 3/4 view from rear
  • Left Rear Tires
  • Steel Tail Gate
  • Rear Tow Hitch
  • Inside Box with steel floor
  • 3/4 Rear View Passenger Side
  • Right Rear Tires
  • Passenger Side
  • 3/4 View From Front Passenger Side
  • Front View
  • Driver Side View Of Cab
  • Passenger Door Side
  • Right Side Engine View
  • Left Side Engine View
  • Driver Side Cab View Showing Floor
  • Driver Side Showing Dash
  • Driver Side Door
  • Odometer
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The Broken Arrow
2005 - 2016 © The Broken Arrow / the-broken-arrow.com - All Rights Reserved

For Sale

1967 Dodge D-500 2-ton

AGSCO Delivery Truck 14

ft. Steel Dump Box

This truck has a good steel box with hoist that lifts, the nice box and hoist is worth our asking price. Sorry, no pressure washer where it is stored, so we did not get a chance to wash it for these pictures. A video of it running is following the slide show. View slide show, video, and other information following. Price:  $1,500.00  for box and hoist, and we will include the truck for no extra charge - Buyer responsible for shipping. Contact Us for more information or for an appointment to view.  
This website is maintained by:
This is a 1967 Dodge D-500, 2 ton, Heavy Duty 318-2 V-8 engine (cylinders were a little bigger in the Heavy Duty model), Eaton Model 13802. Mileage meter reads 8,429 miles, so guessing that’s on second round. On both the doors it says this truck weighs about 9,400 pounds and rated at 26,000 gross weight when loaded. This truck has a 14 ft. steel grain box that is in good condition and there is a tow hitch on the back, our asking price is not bad when you consider the price of buying a new box and hoist now days, and this box and hoist could be moved to another truck body and repainted to compliment. Tires are fair to good condition. This truck was in use up until about 7-8 years ago when my Dad had some shingling done on the lower level of his house and a little later hauled out his garbage pile to the pit. After that it sat most of the time. As you can see in the pictures, this truck is a fix-it upper. A battery was put in the fall 2012 and anti-freeze was added to take ND winter weather. However my handyman nephew did a little work on it the fall of 2013. He put in a new carb kit, new fuel pump, and new spark plugs. However, that is as far as the budget went for fixes, and it has been in a storage building since. Headlamps work. Nice size truck for hobby farm, horse farm, farmstead, or just for those little jobs that need to be done and a truck with a dump box would be nice to have around. This video will show truck running and hoist working.
Mouse over to pause slide show. Click dots to go back to a picture.
There may or may not be other issues, but the following are the ones we are aware of: It needs to be hauled, or towed (if not too far) to its new home, as the brakes do not work, We can hear a leak in the manifold, listen to the video for that, plan on updating the exhaust system. You can see in the video that the hoist lifts and this Dodge is drivable both forward and reverse. The two saddle tanks are not hooked up and may leak we did not put gas in to test them, the cab gas tank is in use and the only tank hooked up to the fuel pump at present. The cab seat needs new pad and cover. Truck can also use a good pressure wash, none available where it is stored, otherwise we would of washed it. Some lights work, some need replacement. Obviously, it needs restore work if one wants to bring it back to its full glory, usefulness, and make it road worthy. Could make an interesting winter project. Measurements: The truck is about 23’ 4” long, with about a 128” wheel base (center of front hub to center of rear hub). Height from ground to top of box is about 7’ 6”. The 14’ box is about 7’ 10” wide, and there is a rebar foot rail that makes the total box width about 8’ 2”. Please look at pictures to see condition. What makes this truck rare and collectible, is it still has the AGSCO green and yellow paint on it. When these trucks were sold, most new owners repainted them, so they are hard to find with the AGSCO paint still on them. AGSCO was a very popular agricultural product company in the Midwest part of United States during the 50’s through 80’s. They are still in business today, based out of Grand Forks, ND, but under a different name. They sold seed, farm chemicals like DB-Green, fertilizer, and farm buildings. You can search eBay current or completed auctions for “AGSCO”, to see some AGSCO memorabilia. Sometimes we have even seen the decals that were used on this truck. Contact Us for more information or for an appointment to view. Back to For Sale Page
  • 1967 Dodge Truck AGSCO 3/4 View from front
  • Driver side
  • 3/4 view from rear
  • Left Rear Tires
  • Steel Tail Gate
  • Rear Tow Hitch
  • Inside Box with steel floor
  • 3/4 Rear View Passenger Side
  • Right Rear Tires
  • Passenger Side
  • 3/4 View From Front Passenger Side
  • Front View
  • Driver Side View Of Cab
  • Passenger Door Side
  • Right Side Engine View
  • Left Side Engine View
  • Driver Side Cab View Showing Floor
  • Driver Side Showing Dash
  • Driver Side Door
  • Odometer
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