One of only 290 Dodge W300M one-ton Power Wagons made in 1958, this
Power Wagon received a professional 2,200-hour, nut-and-bolt
frame-off restoration and high-dollar custom build with great
attention to detail. Power comes from a modern 5.7-liter HEMI
engine mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission turning Dana front
and rear differentials. The frame was boxed to add rigidity and
4-wheel oversized Hydro-Boost power disc brakes were added. This
custom Power Wagon rides on 40-inch Toyo Tires with Trail Ready
simulated beadlock wheels. It features Bilstein shocks, springs and
stabilizer along with a Be Cool custom radiator, which will keep
this truck cool even in hot climates. A WARN 16,500-pound
self-recovery winch is integrated into the custom front bumper. The
body and frame were soda-blasted prior to the bodywork, which
included shaving all drip rails but retaining the pivoting front
windshield. Other modern conveniences include power windows, power
door locks, power steering, air conditioning, Flaming River tilt
steering column, electric parking brake, lighted power steps, and a
2000-watt Pioneer stereo system with rear-view camera. The custom
leather interior boasts Cadillac SRX power seats. In total, nine
hides of distressed leather were used throughout the interior,
including the headliner. AutoMeter Classic gauges monitor engine
vitals. The tweed carpeting and LED interior lighting sets off the
custom interior. Even the pickup truck bed is expertly finished in
Pecky Cypress wood.
1958 Dodge Power Wagon
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