1941 Dodge Power Wagon

Before you could buy a truck that drives like a sedan, has four doors, and can be optioned out like a German luxury car, there was the Dodge Power Wagon. First made as a military vehicle, the Power Wagon set the standard for every American truck that would follow — bare-bones power, reliability, and nearly unbreakable. This 1941 Power Wagon was built by Weaver Customs and maintains all of the original's aesthetics while mildly blunting the rough edges of a truck made for the service. Underhood is a 3.9-liter Cummins diesel with a Holset turbocharger, mated to a GM TH350 three-speed automatic transmission. The chassis is completely custom, with 30-inch shocks and 20-inch wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires, and the interior has seats covered in Italian leather with modern gauges. The exterior gray-and-black color scheme covers a seam-shaved body, and the bed is finished in Brazilian hardwood with brushed nickel hardware. Buyers will have the chance to bid June 3-7 when crosses the auction block.

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