Here is a Beautiful 1957 Dodge 100 Stepside Pickup Truck Powered by a 440 V8 Engine bored 60 over that was replaced in 2007 Twin 625 Edelbrock Carbs 727 Torque Flight Automatic Transmission that was also replaced in 2007 MSD ignition posi traction rear end with 3:55 gear ratio 2400 miles on drivetrain Reapinted Indigo Purple in 2007 - The paint shows very nice! Grey interior Floor shift Column Tilt was installed All gauges are working Heat/ Defrost AM/ FM Radio
Power came from either a 230 cu in (4 L) flathead straight six or one of two 270 cu in (4 L) V8s. The regular Red Ram V8 was standard on the Royal and optional on the Coronet. A hemi V8 (the Super Red Ram) was standard on the Custom Royal. A rare Power Pack was optional, consisting of a four-barrel Carter carburetor and dual exhausts good for 193 hp (144 kW; 196 PS) with the Hemi engine.
Two transmissions were offered: a three-speed manual with optional overdrive and Chrysler's two-speed Power Flite automatic. The PowerFlite was controlled by a dash-mounted lever, though this was changed to a push-button setup for 1956.
The cars used a special coil spring/kingpin suspension in front and regular leaf springs and a live axle at the rear. Power steering was optional. A six-volt electrical system was updated to 12 volts in 1956.