Derived from the Dodge toilet series of Army trucks from World War II, the Power Wagon has been a favorite of the world for several years Restomodding scene. It can be converted relatively easily and this example from 1963 (W200 model year 64) impressively shows the possibilities. Because the pickup has an incredible number of them Upgrades Receive. The giant has been standing since complete restoration on one Dodge Ram 2500 chassis from 2006 and is a project from the tuner ICON 4 × 4 from California in the USA. The Power Wagon was made by LaBrecque Autocraft in Connecticut with a dark gray paint covered and shows itself with a black one Vinyl roofthat mimicked the surface of an alligator. There were also new ones Steel aprons front and back (with winch, additional lights, etc.) as well as a special one Tailgate release.
Dodge Power Wagon as Restomod
The vehicle with the Chassis number 2261321869 was around Raised 3 inches (about 8 cm) and enjoys state-of-the-art Fox shock absorbers with coil springs. The contact with the street is mediated by two-tone Fuel rims and these are related to powerful ones 37 × 12,50 inch Nitto Trail Grappler M / T off-road tires. A look through the spokes of the Alus shows this red painted calipers and perforated and slotted brake discs all around.
With a few visual details like one black lettering, black step pipes or black exterior mirrors the successful look is rounded off impressively. And the alligator look also shows im Interior. There is a hint of alligator on the front bucket seats and on the back seat and the occupants enjoy one lockable center console, Bluetooth audio system from boss, electric windows or a modern one Air conditioning, Also the gear lever and I baked the Four-spoke Forever Sharp steering wheel an der Flaming River steering column are new.
Classic Instruments instrument cluster in the Dodge!
In addition, the Classic Instruments instrument cluster the cabin has an old-school look and the absolute showpiece of the conversion is of course built under the hood. There is a tinkering 5,7 liter HEMI V8 engine with a Magnuson 2,3 liter compressor from Jannetty Racing Enterprises, which in combination with a Engine control unit from Bouchillon Performance Engineering and a Flowmaster exhaust system ensures a more than befitting soundscape.
Incidentally, the XXL truck is switched using Five-speed automatic and twofold Transfer Case, two Limited slip differentials and an axle ratio of 4:10, which is suitable for rough terrain, ensures optimum propulsion in the outback. If we get more information about the changes, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply take ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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1964 Dodge Power Wagon as Restomod with HEMI-V8!
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