This Classic 1952 Dodge Power Wagon Is Fully-Restored & Ready For Adventure

Mar 31, 2020

Category: Rides

Originally, Dodge’s Power Wagon was an Army-exclusive vehicle created just before WWII. And while it excelled as a military vehicle, it’s since become one of the most recognizable classic civilian 4x4s of all time. Now, a fully-restored fire engine red 1952 Dodge Power Wagon is looking for a new owner.

Powered by a period-correct 230 cubic inch Chrysler T137 6-cylinder with a 4-speed manual transmission, this iconic off-road pickup is ready to get back out there on the roads and trails. The detailed, ground-up restoration also included a redone interior with black vinyl upholstery, 16-inch Split-Rim Wheels with Interco Super Swamper tires, a front-end Braden PTO winch, a wood-lined bed, and a brand-new paint job. If you want to get behind the wheel of this classic 4×4 pickup, it will cost you $117,900.

Purchase: $117,900

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