Chia Truck And More! 160 Mopars For Sale!

After completing your Chia Golden Girls and Chia Poo Emoji, the next logical step is this Chia Truck! One of 160 mostly-Mopars for sale here on craigslist, this Dodge pickup in Puyallup Washington can be yours if the price is right. There’s something for everyone and, thankfully, most are not encased in plant matter (or green carpeting as the case may be). Thanks to reader Nevadahalfrack for spotting this collection in the Pacific Northwest.

What looks like a 1969 Chrysler Town & Country wagon would have been a high-roller in its day. This one appears to have given up its 383 or 440 cid (6.3L or 7.2L) V8 for someone’s project.

This Dodge D200 Power Wagon 4×4 recalls an era before trucks had touch-screen displays and USB ports. The air in the tires suggests perhaps it’s not-too-long parked despite the encroachment of brush.

The one-year-only squared-off headlights pin this as a 1939 Plymouth. We had a ’40 Plymouth sedan in my youth; I even took it to Prom one year! The seats were like two couches and you could stand a half-keg up in the trunk and close the lid (or so I’ve heard).

A 1967 Chrysler 300 convertible features unique tail treatment and grille. This one may have received a new top soon before being abandoned.

One of several military Dodge trucks looks relatively ready to go. If this one’s too small check out the beefy 6×6 specimens (four to choose from). Which is your favorite?

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  1. Bluetec320 Member

    I like the chia truck, but it would definitely be a challenge to wash. Maybe a Hoover handheld steam vac?

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    • Newport Pagnell

      Roundup makes a quick detailer spray.

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  2. TimM

    Just water it and mow it!! Mowing it would definitely be a challenge!! Not sure why people want to do this to a vehicle??? It’s not normal!!! Bet it turns some heads though!!!

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    • Bluetec320 Member

      Agreed, mowing it would be worse than using a wet vac. Maybe a pair of hedge trimmers and some of Newport Pagnell’s Roundup??

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  3. stillrunners

    Whale….we got that covered…….from Top Gun – on the second coffee spill….lots of WWII war wagons left on the west coast – it’s no wonder as they came off the WWII ships they went to surplus….for a few years any way….glad they are still around.

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  4. Karl

    The 6×6 looks like a WD63 it should have a 230 ci L head 6 flat head a New Idea transfer case and a Timken 4 speed transmission, the transfer case is a 2 speed. It’s a very reliable combination that gave a very long life. Dodge used this combination for most of their military contracts and the same combination was used in the civilian Power Wagon from 46 to 64. In high range you could expect a good cruising speed of between 40 and 45 mph. The prices of these have been on the rise for the last couple years and parts are readily available including carb kits, new floors, beds and radiators it’s all a phone call away, some parts are reasonable and some are on the high side but everything is available!

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  5. Coventrycat

    I wish my lawn looked that good.

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  6. Geoff

    Dumb and Dumber test truck?

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  7. PDXBryan

    Don’t be too bothered by the brush and undergrowth. These are in the PNW….west of the Cascades…in the Spring! That D200 might have just been parked there last week!

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    • grant

      You’re not wrong I cut blackberries 3 weeks ago and a few survivors have grown 6 feet since then.

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  8. Wayne

    That gold Imperial looks to be the twin ( maybe the actual car ) to one that I owned for a short while. It would just fry the rear tires. ( 2.92 posi rear diff.) The 440 would really come alive once it reached about 2,200 RPM (just a guess as no tach) Very nice ride, terrible fuel economy ( but not as bad as a Lincoln) I think the best I ever got was 12mpg. Was the last Chrysler product I had for years until I bought 3 Barracudas. It was a good car, but not sure that would want another.

  9. Johnmloghry

    Looks like it’s been sitting on the north side of a fur tree; it’s growing moss. Ha, ha, ha.
    God bless America

  10. Johnmloghry

    Army trucks are fun.
    God bless America

  11. CanuckCarGuy

    Very unsettling to learn that the Golden Girls have been immortalized in Chia-dom…who would have thought such a need existed?

    A Toro Flymo would be the perfect accompaniment to the old Sweptline…you’d definitely be in your own class at the show and shine, high and tight.

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