Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this beautiful 1941 Dodge
WC � Ton in our Denver Showroom! Dodge was the U.S. Army's main
supplier of 1/2-ton trucks, and its sole supplier of both 3/4-ton
trucks and 1-1/2-ton six-by-six trucks in World War II. With over a
quarter million units built through August 1945, the G502 3/4-tons
were the most common variants in the WC series. WC was not an
abbreviation of "Weapons Carrier", but a Dodge model code -
initially W for 1941, and C for half-ton rating. However, the 'WC'
model code was retained for both the 3/4-ton and 1-1/2-ton 6x6
Dodges - as well as for the subsequent model years. This is a prime
example of a 1941 Dodge Pickup, and has been restored meticulously.
Featuring a rebuilt 230 CI Straight 6 Motor with a 4-Speed Manual
Transmission with 200 miles since rebuild! This truck is capable of
going through the elements, and will keep a smile on your face
while you're going through the gears. This 1941 WC � ton features a
9 5/8" rear end, with 5.83 gear ratio. It's stunning 3M Matte Green
paint is a head turner, and is very durable. With a brown leather
bench seat, you'll be comfortable during your next cruise, parade
or off-road joyride. The bed is fresh, and features gorgeous wood
with gloss coating and green painted inlays with polished rivets.
The restoration was completed by completed by Customizing Classics
in NM. The rear wheels can be flipped around to mount "bud nuts"
which allows a dual wheel set-up to be attached! Don't miss your
opportunity to own a great piece of American History our Denver
Showroom. It can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD
pictures and a HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For
additional information please call our sales staff at (303)
872-4722 or email us at [email protected]
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