Re: Long shot - anyone in Point Richmond CA to check out SMB?
4x4 Dodge, I'd have a lot of questions about the origin of that... don't think I've ever seen one and you want to know what replacement parts it may need, whether it came new or was added later.
My PH bars bend exactly like that- I've always wondered if it was damage, but it doesn't affect anything that I can tell.
Looks like onboard propane, so you should have a CO detector and a propane detector. The CO detectors need to be replaced every few years.
Overall, cute and looks like good condition. I'm always a bit leery over rebuilt trannys and running gear... every piece that wasn't gone over has exactly as many miles as ruined the ones that had to be rebuilt, or were cared for in the same manner that ruined them, or et. cetera, et. cetera.
Dodges like that should be wider than a similar Ford, so you get more room across likely.
it was good to be back