1965 Fargo C1000 Tractor TruckHere's twin brother of Dodge truck on the 60s did Chrysler start to market Dodge and Fargo trucks together in Canada, and by this time the model names were the same; most cosmetic differences had been dropped. The two shared the same magazine ads which referred to them as "Dodge-Fargo" trucks. As the pictures is a Fargo C1000 truck built in 1965 comes with Cummins diesel manual 5-speed main and 4 speed divorced direct and direct drive.
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1965 Fargo C1000. Cummins diesel with 5-speed main and 4 speed divorced direct and direct drive. Butterfly hood. Was originally a dump truck used by a town in British Colombia. I brought back to USA several years ago. Has a 72 rebuilt Cummins 5/31/72 210804 with less than 2500 miles on it. Non turbo like the original 220. Starts right up and runs great. Power steering assist. Air brakes work fine I had the custom exhaust with duel stacks made and mounted the correct era sleeper. Front tires good but backs need replacing. 5th wheel not attached to frame. Have original style air seat. I have driven to a few shows over the last 5 years and drive around every few months. This is a one of a kind true factory Fargo C1000. I have never seen another one. Very rare truck for the true Dodge/Fargo collector. Rarer than the Bighorn. Don't miss it, you will not find another one. Needs restoration and to be finished. Needs mud flaps and rear lights hooked up to drive on road.
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