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Larry Leibhart

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Larry Leibhart last won the day on March 1 2015

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About Larry Leibhart

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    Junior Member, just joined the forum !
  • Birthday 03/04/1958

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    Anselmo, NE
  • My Project Cars
    B-2-B, 1978 lil red express


  • Location
    central Nebraska
  • Interests
    Dodge pickups, rocks

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    Crop Consultant

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  1. With the rear corner windows the pickup was originally a custom cab model with vent windows. Somewhere in the past the drivers door was replaced with the standard cab door.
  2. The pickup is a 1974 Dodge W350. Dually automatic transmission 360 V8 with a 4 10 rear end. The pickup started out as a government vehicle in the Bessey National Forrest (the largest man made forrest in the United States) at Halsey NE, thus the green color. From there it was purchased by an eccentric large 300 pound cowboy, known for riding horses fast and putting them up wet. He maintained his vehicles the same way. Some of the pickup's duties included chasing coyotes across the Nebraska sandhills and as a pusher vehicle at the local demolition derby. It was sold on his Dad's estate sale to a farmer neighbor Clifford Sterner. It was Clifford's first pickup with a bale unroller flatbed. He is now on his third. I purchased it 11/22/2005 for $3500. I planned on using it to feed cattle and to use the hydraulics to make a power soil sampler. I moved on to a different soil sampling system but kept the pickup around as a spare way to feed cattle when tractor is out of commission.
  3. Old dodge power rams and good dogs never quit no matter how harsh the conditions
  4. You can purchase tailgate chains from Roberts Motor Parts.
  5. Not original. The originals had clips to attach the caps. 1/2 tons used 16 in rims 3/4 ton were 15 in
  6. Is this hook on the dash or up by the sun visor? Does not sound like original equipment. Might need a picture.
  7. The first place to look for parts is to hit the links directory button across top of page then click on suppliers under categories.
  8. The X behind the serial number means it was an early production B2B from Aug through Oct of 1949. It was built in Detroit not California. There was six body colors Armour Yellow, Granite Gray, Red, Dark Green, Deep Blue and Black.
  9. Welcome panels are cool. Most parts are interchangeable but there was changes especially in 1951 when the front grill and dash were updated. No Plymouths just Fargo in Canada and Desoto for other export. Yes they were built on the pickup platform and are the same. Best place to start for parts is suppliers in the links directory of this forum and the classified adds in this forum. For general information a good place to start is a book by Don Bunn titled Dodge B-Series Trucks.
  10. The links directory top of page is a very good place to start. I have used Roberts Motor Parts and Vintage Powerwagons a lot.
  11. I think you would easily get $5000 unless just a fire sale. Body looks very straight Larry
  12. Answering this question is like putting your neck on a chopping block. No one is going to agree with you. Mine is worth considerably less than I have in it. I would guess worth $10000.
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