1975 Dodge B200 Tradesman Rodco Custom

22 306 EUR

1975 Dodge B200 Tradesman Rodco Custom

22 306 EUR
  • Model
    Dodge B200 Tradesman Rodco Custom
  • Year
  • Condition
  • Body Type
    Minivan / MPV
  • Fuel Type
  • Power
  • Mileage
    53,379 km
  • Address
    614 E. Auto Center Dr, Suite 101 Mesa, AZ 85204
  • Country
  • Published
    Oct 09, 2023
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Streetside Classics Phoenix
Streetside Classics Phoenix614 E. Auto Center Dr, Suite 101 Mesa, AZ 85204
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The Dodge B-Series was so much at the heart of the custom van movement, that they were a feature in just about every movie made about vanning. That's why it's awesome to find a true time capsule 1975 Dodge B200 Tradesman done back in the day by Rodco. And they really did all the best cool exterior details like fender flares with a chin spoiler, tall towing mirrors, a roof rack, side windows, and a skylight vent. In fact, there's a level of originality with this one that it appears that the custom murals are the original ones done at Rodco. And there's so much room for all those graphics because this is a long wheelbase Tradesman. All that extra space means even more room on the inside. It's nice to see the shag carpeting, wood paneling, orange curtains, and custom brown lounge seating/table still in place. It even still has a built-in fridge! So as you look through the full package, you're really going to see an impressive level of authenticity that makes this Dodge pure retro cool.


*Long wheelbase Tradesman
*Real 1970s conversion van with an authentic presentation
*Body kit with fender flares and chin spoiler
*Custom murals and flames
*Shag carpet interior is a full time warp
-Fold-down bed bench
-Wood paneling sides
-Bar table
-Built-in refrigerator
*Provisions for R134a air conditioning (needs service)
*Upgraded front bucket seats for real driving comfort
*Power driver's seat
*Hardy Dodge 340 cubic-inch V8 powerhouse with four-barrel carburetor
*Newer supporting components like the battery and aluminum radiator
*Wrapped headers feeding the dual exhaust
*Three-speed automatic transmission
*Power steering, power brakes, and front discs

If you know van culture and you've seen The Van movie, then this one will feel kind of like the Straight Arrow's sibling. It just seems to capture the era so perfectly. After all, the long wheelbase was the one to have so that you had more space to showcase custom artwork on the outside. Of course, everyone also wanted extra room on the inside for a more luxurious shag carpet lounge. Because it stays very 1970s original, people are going to love the vintage vibe everywhere you take it. And with everything from a fold-down bed to an integrated fridge, you're going to be one of the most popular tailgaters around. Are you starting to see the full picture? It's a fun conversion van with a level of preservation that continues to make it appealing and even practical today. It's pure retro-cool, and that's absolutely irresistible. Call today!!!

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