When this Dodge Power Wagon rolled off the production line in 1949, its life would have been fairly predictable. A slice of towing, a bit of hauling…work, work,work…and a side order of more work.
Inside, it’s what you might expect from a lightly updated and restored Power Wagon, apart from the addition of the go-fast Corbeau Racing seats and harnesses–a good indication you’re not sitting in some old-timey parade vehicle. Shift work is taken care of thanks to a TH400 automatic transmission and transfer case, which is controlled by a B&M competition shifter and twin transfer-case levers.
The cost? Drumroll please. $79,000…though when you factor in the parts and hours of dedication to build this rig, perhaps that’s not such a big number at all.