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  • 1958
  • Gas
  • Auto
  • Valley Green
  • Mileage 72,262
  • 315 V8
Price: $59,900

THIS VEHICLE IS SOLD!!!  Bringing the sizzle right now at Happy Days Dream Cars is this stunning 1958 Dodge Sweptside D100 pickup!  With its purposeful design flair here and dash of chrome there, it is some truck! Collectors know the classy styling of the ’58 Dodge Sweptside pickup with its stylish “Forward-Look” finned rear fenders mated from a two-door suburban wagon is as desirable today as it was some 50 years ago when it competed with Chevrolet’s glamorous Cameo! Production figures reveal these beautiful and well-designed collector masterpieces were constructed from 1957-1959. In 1958, over 975 units were produced and sold making 1958 the pinnacle year for the Sweptside model. Today, it is believed only about 60 total 1958 Dodge Sweptside trucks are in existence. This specific rare and unique truck is nicely restored and ready for immediate delivery right now; this is one you don’t want to miss!

NOTE: Odometer reads 72,262  (miles are unverified)

Features, Options and Accessories:


  • 315 V8 engine
  • Push-button automatic transmission
  • Dual exhaust
  • Engine bay and undercarriage are highly detailed.


  • Gorgeous and mint condition two tone interior
  • Black carpet
  • White perforated headliner
  • 3 Spoke steering wheel
  • Factory dash, gauges include Fuel, Temp, 110 MPH speedometer
  • Door rests
  • Heater
  • Locking glovebox
  • Turn signals
  • Two-speed wipers


  • Two-tone paint pattern Valley Green and Alaska White
  • Hardwood bed with stainless trim
  • Black factory running boards
  • Chrome side mirrors
  • High show chrome front and rear bumpers
  • Tinted windshield and iconic three-quarter wrap around rear cab glass
  • ALL chrme and stainless on this truck is immaculate
  • BF Goodrich Silvertown 4 ply polyglas tires 6.70X15″ wide white wall tires mounted steel wheels with one piece wheel covers

                                        1958 Dodge D100 Sweptside ad read: “Straight Out of Tomorrow”  Looking back today, its easy to see why..