Legacy Dodge Carryall

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The boys at Wyoming based Legacy Classic Trucks are back it again, introducing yet another gem in the vintage inspired Legacy Dodge Carryall.

Vintage truck restoration is the name of the game for Winslow Bent’s brand. Last year they popped up on our radar with their Legacy Power Wagon, and now they’ve shifted gears a bit, going from a pickup truck, to an equally capable carryall. This restored Dodge has been packed with all the goodies you’ve come to expect from the Legacy Classic Trucks including modern brakes, suspension and of course full updated interior. You also still have your choice of the 425 horsepower Mopar V8 engine, 6.2 Liter Chevy LT1 V8 making 460hp or if you prefer diesel, a 3.9 liter Cummins turbo diesel is also available. You can’t go wrong with their gloss green and flame red paint jobs, but expect a price tag well north of 6 figures ($160,000) if you plan on picking one up. [Purchase]

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