Fargo truck Packet 1929 by Chrysler Not Dodge or Plymouth chevy One of a kind!

  • Make: Chrysler
  • Model: Fargo Packet
  • Type: truck
  • Year: 1929
  • Mileage: 800
  • VIN: K62574
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 6 cyl
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Brown
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Morgan Hill, California, United States


Thank you for all your questions and comments regarding this vehicle. Quick note regarding what doesn't work...the only things that do not work at this time are the fuel gauge and the electric windshield wiper. I Please feel free to request my phone number and I will gladly answer all your questions as honestly as possible. Original owners manual inc. Some small parts and misc tools inc. I also have 5 DeSoto wire wheels without hub caps but you will need to locate the proper drums to mount them inc.
1929 Fargo Packet 1/2 ton pick up. Restored 30+ years ago. Rebuilt motor and all mechanical. Numbers matching. Recent new paint $8K and new brakes and carb, tune up etc. Runs and drives without any worry. I have owned this truck since I was 12 years old. My father and I bought it from a the original owner He was a Chinese Contractor who had it custom made by Chrysler for use in China Town San Francisco. Sadly I surrendered the title with the owners name on it to Calif. DMV so I don't have current proof of previous ownership. Never had any rust except one small hole at the spare tire mount area. A new piece was welding in . Please email me if you have any questions. Like most old cars there are a few things not perfect but it shows very well. Sold ASIS Always garaged during my ownership. Ready for a new home. I hate to sell it buy I'm getting older and the kids don 't want it so it's that time. In all the years I've owned it I have never seen another. Fargo made custom trucks for different uses. The owner ordered a pick up for his contracting business and Fargo was his choice due to hydraulic brakes and large 6 cyl. (DeSoto) K62574 engine. Perfect for the hills of San Francisco. The 29 Fargos were using a DeSoto frame, engine and rear end. The fenders Plymouth, Hood Dodge etc. Note the custom tailgate? Bodied like a modern day ElCamino. Currently registered and ready to drive.