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I need some help from by Dodge buddies...saw this AWESOME Power Wagon when I was out for dinner the other night...what year is this beast and what powerplants would it have likely had stock?

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Lee1977
49 minutes ago, PeacemakerJack said:

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I need some help from by Dodge buddies...saw this AWESOME Power Wagon when I was out for dinner the other night...what year is this beast and what powerplants would it have likely had stock?

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ebinmaine
7 hours ago, PeacemakerJack said:

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I need some help from by Dodge buddies...saw this AWESOME Power Wagon when I was out for dinner the other night...what year is this beast and what powerplants would it have likely had stock?

I'd agree it's late 60s to early 70s.

I don't know how to or if you can narrow down a year.

 

There was a full 4 door crew cab available then with a SHORT bed stepside.

Fellow I worked with had one as a daily driver.

Ex military truck.

Boy did it look odd. But AWESOME.

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10 hours ago, PeacemakerJack said:

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I need some help from by Dodge buddies...saw this AWESOME Power Wagon when I was out for dinner the other night...what year is this beast and what powerplants would it have likely had stock?

We had a Dodge box truck at my first job that looked like that in the front and it was a 1971.

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chip61

Nice looking truck!! I really like the stance of the '60's-70's 4 x 4 pickups. I'd really like to have a truck like that with a transplanted Cummins in it

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JCM

As much as I love my 86   K-20  squarebody those 70 / 71 /72 with a 350  4 speed and 4x4 are my favorites.

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ebinmaine
1 hour ago, JCM said:

those 70 / 71 /72 with a 350  4 speed and 4x4 are my favorites.

For a GM. Definitely.

Like em with the 4 light set-up.

I've owned a couple. A 68 and a 69.

Old rust buckets but awesome.

 

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WVHillbilly520H
30 minutes ago, ebinmaine said:

For a GM. Definitely.

Like em with the 4 light set-up.

I believe those were the GMC versions.

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ebinmaine
16 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

I believe those were the GMC versions.

Yessir that sounds right

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pullstart
On 6/19/2020 at 10:33 PM, PeacemakerJack said:

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I need some help from by Dodge buddies...saw this AWESOME Power Wagon when I was out for dinner the other night...what year is this beast and what powerplants would it have likely had stock?

 

On 7/3/2020 at 5:16 PM, WVHillbilly520H said:

@ACman @PeacemakerJack @JCM how about this beauty of a beast parked not to far from my house?

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I have a poster in the shop that would apply to these...

 

Something like “It was Electric but still ran on gasoline”

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On 6/19/2020 at 10:33 PM, PeacemakerJack said:

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I need some help from by Dodge buddies...saw this AWESOME Power Wagon when I was out for dinner the other night...what year is this beast and what powerplants would it have likely had stock?

 

The cool thing about those old Dodges from that area and others is that you could take the hood letters off and have some fun. My friends dad was a dodge dealer in the 70's and they had this old 1 ton utility body with a plow on it. The Hood said " DOG" ! :lol: They also had a 2 ton Ford Cabover tow truck that said " DORF" ! :)

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pullstart

I don’t know him Jeff, but I wish I did!  That truck is awesome!

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ebinmaine
2 hours ago, ACman said:

@pullstart you might know this guy . Guy from Indiana has a park home in Sandy Shores. Has a GM crate 502 with EFI . 
 

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Oh dat's juss neeeeet....

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PeacemakerJack

There’s that four headlight “Jimmy” for you Eric!!!!  What a cool truck and with monsta torque and fuel injection!  Love it!

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love to see one of these in the rear view mirror!

 

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pullstart

Pardon me while I wipe the drool from my chin...

 

 

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pullstart

They sound so good!

 

 

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Tractorhead

My Favorite is an old but well known..

 

i like the Oklahoma Farmtruck

but @pullstart take a closer look at the Beetle‘s exhaust.. 👍

 

 

 

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pullstart

We saw more vintage trucks, Jeeps and the like than we could shake a stick at in Puerto Rico, so much fun!  I will post some hot rod/car pics in the other thread too.  


The Suzuki had to have been a custom, I believe it was sitting on a Sidekick frame.  The white food truck, it was solar powered and the food was absolutely amazing!  “La comida huevo fantastico!” I believe is the phrase I told the lady.

 

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ebinmaine

@pullstart

Awesome stuff. 

Thanks for posting. 

Lovin the Mack of course but all those old Chevys....

Wicked cool. 

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pullstart
2 minutes ago, ebinmaine said:

@pullstart

Awesome stuff. 

Thanks for posting. 

Lovin the Mack of course but all those old Chevys....

Wicked cool. 


You came to mind when I saw that Mack, but that seemed the average style of most heavy haulers on the island!  If you can imagine, I can’t see them racking up millions of miles when it takes just hours to cross the island...

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pullstart

And here’s my “Little Blue Truck” competition!  I saw numerous occasions of two horses in the back of a pickup!  I even saw a car with a washer or dryer BUNGEED in/on the trunk!

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