The Dodge Power Wagon entered production in 1945 as a slightly more civilized version of the WC-series military trucks made during WWII. Known internally as the T137, the Power Wagon was the first mass-produced medium-duty truck and gained a reputation for toughness and reliability. Legacy Classic Trucks is building a line of completely-restored Power Wagons that rival the original in terms of capability — and creature comforts. Starting with a western-sourced donor, Legacy completely tears down each Power Wagon and adds a modern LS V8 or diesel engine and new transmission. Marine-grade epoxy paint protects the strengthened chassis, and all-new driveline components are added. A new interior with stereo and air conditioning make each Power Wagon a great place to spend time, and a host of options are available — including a 6x6 conversion.