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1969 W300 Dodge Power Wagon
1. 1969 W300 Dodge Power Wagon  
W300 heavy duty 10,000 GVWR, 133" wheelbase, 9' Utiline bed, 210hp 318ci LA engine, NP 435 transmission, NP205 single-lever transfer case, Dana 70 front and rear axles, Sure-Grip rear, optional 5.86 gear ratio, 800lbs auxiliary springs in rear, Braden LU-2 winch, vacuum-assisted brakes.  Medium Green with Dodge White top.  Michelin XL 11.00R16 tires.
902 Visits
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1967 WM300 Dodge Power Wagon
2. 1967 WM300 Dodge Power Wagon  
Resto-mod of former Tri-County Rural Electric truck from Tioga County PA.  Serial #2461736841  Originally equipped with dual vacuum brake boosters, windshield washers, seat belt mounts.  I did partial restoration and added rear shocks and centered rear axle.  Dan Mininger installed 318-3 premium engine, power steering, Mico brake lock, Chelsea PTO, ARB locker, etc.  Gary Pavlovich ground cam at 262/.460 degrees.  Greg Smith built custom flat bed. Plans for disk brakes next.
6580 Visits
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1962 W100 Dodge Power Wagon Town Wagon
3. 1962 W100 Dodge Power Wagon Town Wagon  
Total restoration of solid Arizona truck.  Originally had 225ci. slant six engine, A745 3-speed transmission, Spicer 44 small knuckle front axle, and Spicer 60 rear axle.  Upgraded with 318ci. poly bored .030 over, 256/.429 hydraulic cam, Edelbrock 650cfm 4-barrel carb and factory cast iron intake manifold, Stan's headers, NP435 transmission, NP201 transfer case, Spicer 44HD front axle, No-SPIN rear axle, and Braden LU-2 winch from 1965 W100 Town Panel.  Body work and paint by Ron Reichhart at Indiana Truck Restoration.
4003 Visits
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1957 W-100 Dodge Power Wagon
4. 1957 W-100 Dodge Power Wagon 
Solid western half-ton wearing older repaint #82901391.  First year for the conventional cab Power Wagon. Big back window cab.  116" wheelbase with 7.5' bed.  315ci. poly engine runs well.  NP420 transmission and NP201 single lever transfer case shift great.  4.10 gears and 17.5" wheels.  #391 of 427 long-beds made in 1957.
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1954 C1-PW6-126 Dodge Power Wagon
5. 1954 C1-PW6-126 Dodge Power Wagon  
Featured in the book: "Young Fire Equipment".  Serial #83939635 Engine #T137*23247  Retired from the Wendelville Fire Company in 1995 with only 13,000 miles.  I fixed it up mechanically and plan to preserve it pretty much as-is.
4861 Visits
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1951 B3PW-126 Dodge Power Wagon
6. 1951 B3PW-126 Dodge Power Wagon  
1951 Dodge Power Wagon with dump body made from military cargo bed.  Former fire truck from Adah, PA.  Used by local coal company.  Purchased from Tom Bastian of Denbo, PA.
3304 Visits
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1950 B-2PW126 Dodge Power Wagon
7. 1950 B-2PW126 Dodge Power Wagon  
1950 B-2PW126 from Roswell, New Mexico.  Serial #83919828  Rebuilt 218ci. T-142 engine from 1948-49 Dodge truck.  Originally Deep Purple Blue.
1265 Visits
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1950 B2-PW 126 Dodge Power Wagon
8. 1950 B2-PW 126 Dodge Power Wagon 
Former Bell System telephone truck with aluminum utility body, Batavia Products T-Type Pole Derrick for setting poles, and snowplow operated by Monarch Hy-Lo-Jack hydraulic pump.  B-2PW126 Serial Number 83919782
3933 Visits
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1947 Dodge WF-31
9. 1947 Dodge WF-31 
Dodge 2WD one-and-a-half ton purchased from grandson of original owner.  Used for maple sugar production in northern Wisconsin. Serial #81396526  236ci. engine #T118-185005
4077 Visits
168 Images
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1946 WDX Dodge Power Wagon
10. 1946 WDX Dodge Power Wagon   
One owner truck from Mount Pleasant, PA.  Purchased new by returning veteran in 1946.  Non-winch model with rear shocks and pintle hook.  Serial #83901091  Replacement engine out of a 1959 Dodge truck.  Originally Dodge Truck Dark Green.
3551 Visits
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1946 WDX Dodge Power Wagon
11. 1946 WDX Dodge Power Wagon 
984th truck built at the Detroit plant.  Owned and operated by Stultz Garage at 801 Main Street in Grandview, Missouri.  The truck has many unique features not found on later trucks, including many olive drab parts.  Originally Dodge Truck Dark Blue #1.  Serial #83900984 Engine #T137-2162
3899 Visits
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1945 Dodge WC-63
12. 1945 Dodge WC-63 
Late model truck with 1.96-1 transfer case, 1/2" winch cable, and low-side seats.  Purchased from Bob Stahl of Veteran Vehicles in Wrentham, Massachusetts.  Original T-223 engine had not run in 15 years.  Marvel Mystery Oil and tapping freed up stuck valves.  Runs great now!
2726 Visits
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1943 Dodge WC-61 K-50B
13. 1943 Dodge WC-61 K-50B 
WC-61 Telephone Maintenance Vehicle (G-502).  One of only 58 produced for the Signal Corps to install and maintain telephone lines.  Replacement for the WC-59, the WC-61 had the step ladder fitted to the roof, the spare tire was behind the seats, and the tool trunks were accessible from the outside.  Serial #81651849.  T-214 230ci. engine.  121" wheelbase.  Missing service body by American Coach and Body Co., Cleveland, Ohio.  Lots of NOS parts, and repro wiring harness.
6382 Visits
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1941 Dodge WC-11 Panel Body Cargo Trucks
14. 1941 Dodge WC-11 Panel Body Cargo Trucks 
Pair of 1941 Dodge WC-11 Half Ton 4x4 Panel Body cargo trucks.  G-505 series.  Only 642 made under three contracts in one year of production.  T-207 78hp 218ci. engine.  Civilian square gauges, front blackout marker lights mounted on headlights, 11" brake drums front and rear.  Six-volt positive ground.  Single-speed transfer case.  4.89 gears.  116" wheelbase. Budd dual lug studs in rear.  7.50x16 tires.  Gross weight 5740 lbs. Max payload 4000 lbs.
5989 Visits
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1940 Dodge VF-401 Cargo Trucks
15. 1940 Dodge VF-401 Cargo Trucks 
Three 1940 Dodge VF-401 1-1/2 Ton 4WD Cargo Body Trucks built within 22 days of each other.  Transport capacity 2 crew and 12 passengers.  T-203 99hp 241ci engine.  6.6:1 gear ratio.  Civilian gauges. 143" wheelbase.  Weight 7,250lbs.  GVWR 10,250lbs.  Restoring one and mechanically rebuilding another.
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