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1955 Dodge Power Wagon Base C3-PW6-126 3.8L

1955 Dodge Power Wagon

Make: Dodge
Model: Power Wagon
Type: U/K
Trim: Base
Year: 1955
Mileage: 73,416
VIN: 88945639
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: 4WD with PTO
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Panama City, Florida, United States
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Description for Dodge Power Wagon 1955

Up for bids is my 1955 Dodge Power Wagon. this was a California vehicle and then last registered in 1998 in Montana. Currently Titled in Florida. Spent most of its life in a covered building. This truck is 95% rust free. 2 small areas at the bottom of door on both sides that can easily be repaired approx. 2 inches long. and 1 small area on the lower part of the cab. also 2 inches long. The bed has been replaced. as with the side rails. The truck has 73k miles and still runs strong. Top speed approx 50 mph. not a highway vehicle. I currently drive it around locally. 4WD works perfect as does the PTO for the winch. It also has accesibility in the rear to add a shaft for rear PTO. Cab interior is in original baby blue. seats are very nice. no rusty floorboards etc. This truck also has the removable flat-bed that can be changed to a regular style pick-up. just 6 large U -Bolts. All gauges. lights. nbsp;and electronics work. Check E-Bay listing 111537116458 for the Power Wagon that sold for $15. 00 in December. and is not in near the condition of my Power Wagon. (13. 00 miles? maybe 113. 00 miles?) Radial tires were put on to avoid the bias ply rock hard driving. I have the spare also. It also has the Marvel Mystery Inverse Oiler for the intake manifold. Doors shut solid like it was new. will need the normal weather stripping if you restore the cab. but currently has no leaks. One of the flat glass has a crack in it. the patina was left alone. One tappet needs to be adjusted. nbsp;light tapping at idle for one valve. I am selling for tuition to send my youngest son to FSU. The person who gets this truck will be happy to drive it around. P. S. There is a real art in double clutching.