You are looking at a good looking, good running, and documented
1957 Power Wagon W300 4x4 finished in red with a gloss black
undertone. This truck has undergone a full restoration and has a
very solid body, fame, and drivetrain. The paint has a great
luster, shines up really well, and definitely has a great look.
Fold either of butterfly hoods and you'll find the correct Chrysler
T137 230 CID 6-cylinder that appears to have been fully rebuilt
during the restoration. It shifts and runs very smooth. When you
sit inside, you'll find a wide vinyl bench seat in brown, that
matches the door cards, a dash that's full of utilitarian charm,
contoured cab panels and a tight headliner that frames one sun
visor. The body-colored is what you would expect to see while
driving, displaying the fully functional original style gauges.
When behind the wheel feels the trail through a large steering
wheel, a long shifter for the 4-speed and short sticks for the
truck's 4-wheel drive. Another nice touch is the blueprinted fully
functional hydraulic dump box to give it a true utilitarian look.
If you are looking for the true Dodge Power Wagon formula, look no
further. This truck will impress you.
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