This 1946 Dodge Power Wagon underwent an extensive 2-year complete
nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration. The body was taken down to
bare metal and treated properly for longevity and finished off in
Dodge Destroyer Gray and Dodge Black. It's powered by a 3.9-liter
turbo-diesel Cummins engine, mated to a BorgWarner 4-speed manual
transmission. Hydraulic power steering turns the massive tires with
ease. Custom built two-piece wheels are wrapped with 37x12.5-inch
radial tires. The 4-wheel disc brakes are powered by a
hydro-boosted Wilwood master cylinder. The clutch is hydraulically
powered by Wilwood and the custom slave cylinder is built by Novak
conversions; hanging pedal assemblies are full aluminum and built
by Wilwood. The luxurious interior was custom built to allow more
leg room for the driver and is finished off with a custom gray
Alcantara suede headliner. AutoMeter gauges are mounted with custom
bullet pods and the interior also features a chrome tilt column,
while a flatscreen Pioneer stereo with Bluetooth displays a clear
picture of the rear of the truck with the rearview camera. The
smoke tinted glass is powered by custom electric windows. The
original split bumper was equipped with a modern WARN electric
winch. The engine is cooled by an oversized aluminum radiator and
electric fan. The bed was finished off with hand-planed wood with
six coats of clear. The underside of the truck houses the custom
all-aluminum fuel tank and battery.
1946 Dodge Power Wagon
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