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The Upper Crust
Dodge’s classic Power Wagon is the truck that helped build America and also served in World War II, so it deserves all the love it can get. Injecting this example with a huge dose of TLC, Legacy Classic recently uncovered its restomod, and we have to admit that we’re impressed.
Based on a 1949 Power Wagon, the project boasts timeless looks and wears a dark red paint finish, contrasted by the black steel bumpers, side steps and over fenders, as well as chromed emblems.
The truck is equipped with a winch up front that can help it clear the road ahead, help other vehicles or free itself from a sticky or a slippery situation and rides on huge off-road rubber, wrapped around a set of custom rims.
ARB locking differentials, Dana 60 axles, Warn locking hubs and a few other features are part of the build, whereas power comes from the Cummins 4BT diesel engine, with twin turbochargers, which produces 350 horsepower and 600 pound-feet (813 Nm) of torque. The four-cylinder unit is paired to a five-speed manual transmission and, in this form, the Power Wagon does the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in a “respectable time”, according to Legacy Classic, and can cruise at 80 mph (130 km/h) “all day long”.
More modern touches can be found inside, where the company fitted it with a new HVAC system, a new stereo with Bluetooth connection and USB charging ports. These complement the beige leather upholstery and floor mats, classic gauges and wooden steering wheel.
The company said that converting a Power Wagon takes over 2,000 hours, so their projects start at $350,000. Each one can be further customized and upgraded, so the sky is pretty much the limit to what they can do for clients who can afford it.
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