Legacy Classic Power Wagon
Back before the US entered World War II, Dodge supplied the military with a uniquely designed line of pickup trucks. In fact, the company built over a quarter million of them. After the war was over, soldiers returning home begged Dodge for a civilian version, to which Dodge responded with the Power Wagon in 1946. Now, the Power Wagon has circled back nearly 70 years later to influence the Legacy Classic Power Wagon.
Unlike its predecessor, the Legacy Classic can hit speeds over 100 mph (while Dodge’s original tops out around 50 mph). It hits 60 mph in just 6.2 seconds — undeniably impressive for a truck, especially one of this size. It includes LED-backlit classic instruments, a tilting Nardi steering wheel, carpet from a Mercedes-Benz, seats from a Cadillac Escalade and a microfiber headliner from Porsche. It has been upgraded with heating, air-conditioning and a defroster. The truck is available starting at $185,000. [Purchase]