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1974 Divorced T-Case NP205 POWER WAGON, Short Bed, 360LA 727 Torqueflite No Rust

1974 Dodge Power Wagon W100 Short Bed

Make: Dodge
Model: Power Wagon
SubModel: W100 Short Bed
Type: Standard Cab Pickup
Trim: Power Wagon Short Bed
Year: 1974
Mileage: 9,999,999
Color: Lemon Twist
Engine: 360LA, 2.02 Heads, Factory 4brl, Dual Exaust
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: FWD Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Thompsons Station, Tennessee, United States
Extras
4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats
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Description for Dodge Power Wagon 1974

  • PLEASE READ CAREFULLY, I AM BEING AS COMPLETE AS POSSIBLE,
  • This is a Divorced Transfer Case 1974 W100, look it up if you don't know these trucks, it is RARE and you will not find another one with this kind of perfect metal body. Ever.
  • I would get in this truck and drive it to Alaska tomorow with no second thoughts.
  • Life Time Arizona Truck. Nearly perfect sheet metal. Very few and very minor dings. Cab corners and cab supports perfect. All under mounting points perfect. Fenders and cab metal are perfect. No bondo ever. Short bed is not beat up or rusted, at all. The kid who painted it did a poor job, It looks OK but he really didn't do it right, overspray and could have spent more time prepping, it's not terrible, I'd call it a 7-8. He also put a grill from a "78 on it and two LED headlights in it. I personally don't like them and would put it back to original. But then I'm more traditional that most 25 year old gen-whatever's are. Headlight and 74 grill? $200 bucks tops.
  • One of the best and heaviest 6" lift kits I've ever seen on a truck, ever. Brand New Hankook 33.5's all around. Chrome wheels in pretty good shape
  • Driveline gone through in the last 500 miles. New bearings on all points of the dana 44 (Front) and Dana 60 (rear) are replaced. Transfer case and differential seals replaced. New Lock out hubs. It cost me $1,000 to have the Dana's and Braks, and Transfer Case redone.
  • New brake components installed, drums, all cylinders (Master and Wheels) new brake lines as needed. New power brake booster installed. Can convert to front disks if wanted but it wouldn't be orriginal since they didn't start until 1975. $800
  • Truck has factory correct and original 360LA motor with the Factory 4brl option. This means it came with the 2.02 / 1.60 valve sized (340HP Heads) which were built for Mopar muscle cars and the put them in some 4brl optioned Power Wagons of those years. (72-74) Dual exhaust. I've got it back to two thrush Glass Packs and they stop just half way under the bed. I can't decide if I want it to go out the sides or all the way back. You get to chose
  • The truck had factory air conditioning, the condenser and most lines are there but the compressor and brackets are missing. Can be found since all V8 Mopars from that era used the same AC components. It doesn't need to have come off of a Power Wagon, AC can be restored.
  • Brand new Summit Racing (correct code) Thermoquad installed and tuned. Manual Choke. I paid $400 bucks for the Carb alone.
  • New distributor, wires, plugs, etc. New power steering pump, New battery. replaced valave cover gaskets. $700 dollars. (Needs transmision pan gasket, minor drip)
  • New carpet and new heated leather seats. $800
  • The dash is rough, I've been looking for a replacement and have located a couple that will work but wanted the mechanical stuff done first. The Army guy I bought this from in Phoenix had messed up the dash trying to put some techno sound system in it. He put a 200 watt amp under the seat. It was draining the battery so I just unhooked it. It's still there if you care about that crap,, I don't. The visors are missing but they are 100$ at DMC Truck parts. Easy to get. The interior trim needs attention due to failed attempt by previous owner to put now vinyl covering on. Easy fix.
  • The windshield has a couple of stars. They are easily located, there are 2,786,987 of them in the wrecking yard down the road from your house. It should cost $100 or less to buy one. I've not replaced the windshield since you pretty much have to pull the dash to replace the windshield and I am planning to do it all at once. The rest of the glass is all there and perfect. The doors are complete with no sag or bad hinges. The sweeps and races are shot. I have new ones from Precision Manufacturing that come with the truck. There is a video on Precisions web site detailing the process. Looks like it takes 2-3 hours per door. The door seals are new and already on it. Has a few wiring issues in the dash due to the above mentioned idiocy concerning the stupid sound system. Again, I haven't tackled it because I was going to put a replacement dash in it anyway. It doesn't affect the way the truck runs.
  • All and all a good correct code Power Wagon. Mechanically strong. Needs some cosmetics. Needs to be finished off right. I'd call it about 95% done.
  • These trucks are rare and this one is the best one I could find in the country and I looked for MONTHS and looked EVERYWHERE. Found it in Arizona and shipped it back to Tennessee to restore. No time to finish since I'm on a new job that requires full time travel. Hate to let it go but I'm not doing it justice any longer.
  • I've got about $12,500 in this truck so far. I believe with another $1,000 - 1,500 put into it and two or three weekend it would bring $20,000 at a Meacum Auction. I did, or had done, the mechanical stuff first and was getting to the punch out list of cosmetic stuff when I took a new job that requires me to be on the road all week.
  • I've posted a price on this truck for what I have in minus $1,500, not counting my time and labor. Make me a reasonable offer and you might get it for a bit less. I will not give it away. Rather just put it in my shop and get back on it later.